Premier League pundit Graeme Souness believes Manchester United’s players are to blame for the club’s poor form.
Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under immense pressure following some awful showings from his side.
They struggled in defeat against Arsenal last weekend and were humiliated in the Champions League by Istanbul Basaksehir.
Many believe Saturday’s clash with Everton is a must-win for Solskjaer ahead of the international break.
Though Souness believes the players should shoulder more blame, though has heard the squad would be open to a new leader.
Souness said: "I have been a manager, I've been sacked, I've been a manager under pressure, and it's not an easy time for Ole.
“He's only ever been one game away from everything being wrong at the football club, and that's the price on the ticket when you're at Manchester United.
"I read in a newspaper that the players wouldn't be against a change: the players have got Manchester United into this situation, not Ole!
“The players have underperformed. But the way football is these days, all the focus is on changing the manager.
"You ask your players to constantly look in the mirror and ask: can I do more? I wonder if any Manchester United players are doing that right now.
“Or is it the easy route, the exit hatch: 'Get rid of the manager and everything will be fine'.
"Sometimes these players have to stand up and be counted, and there's less and less of that in the Premier League now than there has ever been.
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“If I was a Manchester United supporter I'd be unhappy reading that the players wouldn't be against a change."
United take on Everton sitting 15th in the Premier League table. They have won just two of their first six matches, already losing on three occasions.