Jamie Redknapp does not think a fourth-place finish and an FA Cup win would save Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United job.
Van Gaal has been under plenty of pressure this season and Redknapp told Sky Sports: “I don’t think reaching the top four and winning the FA Cup would save his job, but what it would do is give him an opportunity to leave with his head held high.
“But I’m not convinced; I’m not sure how you can say he’s done a good job. It hasn’t been good enough, and is not exciting enough for what Manchester United fans want to see.
“It’s a difficult one because you can keep changing managers as much as you want. They had one manager in 26 years and they’ve already had two in three years, but it depends what you want.
“In truth he hasn’t been inspirational, the football hasn’t been great, and at times the home games have been tedious. The fans deserve better than that.”