Ex-Man Utd ace Javier Hernandez says the club MUST get over Sir Alex Ferguson for Erik ten Hag to stop spiraling

According to JAVIER HERNANDEZ, Manchester United must get over Sir Alex Ferguson if they are ever to break their downward spiral.

Chicharito, 34, revealed he wasn’t surprised by United’s break-in after Fergie but says despite his genius they need to break with the past for new man Erik ten Hag to thrive.

Hernandez says United need to break with the past for new man Ten Hag to thrive

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Hernandez says United need to break with the past for new man Ten Hag to thrivePhoto credit: AP:Associated Press
Ten Hag lost his first Premier League game as United manager

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Ten Hag lost his first Premier League game as United managerPhoto credit: Rex

The Red Devils lost to Brighton in Ten Hag’s first game in charge, while they have also called up Sir Alex to try and keep wanton star Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford this summer.

United have not won the title since 80-year-old Ferguson retired in 2013 – but the Scot is still a presence in the theater of dreams.

Asked about United’s desperate demise, Hernandez said: “It doesn’t surprise me because in life it’s not easy having a manager for 26 years like Sir Alex did.

“Replacing this man like that is not easy.

“It’s like winning the lottery. Do you think someone you hire after this will be able to do 80 percent of what Ferguson did?

“My view is that Ferguson is pushing so hard it’s just not going to work out.

“United now have to get over the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson has left.

“Would we like to have someone similar? Yes Yes Yes. But Sir Alex is gone and things will never be the same again.

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“So United have to adapt and allow the next manager to do it his own way.”

Their current troubles notwithstanding, the ex-Real Madrid man says he would play for free if he was ever called back to Old Trafford.

Hernandez said, “Man, I mean, there are those situations and I know the narratives because of my age and my background.

“If United came for me, I would say: ‘Yes, I’m playing for free.’ You know, of course I would.

“But I also want to be very respectful towards my club. I play very consistently and my head and my world is all about winning a championship with LA Galaxy.”

Hernandez, who has scored 59 goals and two Premier League titles with Manchester United, is now captain at Galaxy and will tonight captain the MLS All Star team, which takes on a side from his home country made up of the best talent in the world Mexican Liga MX.

The MLS All Star duel will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota and will be a special moment for the forward.

He said: “It’s a bit surreal but I mean it’s cool and awesome.

“I’m very grateful, very humbled to be able to be part of this event, to be chosen by so many fans, managers and staff and then of course to be the captain, it’s incredible.”

The MLS All Star squad also includes former Newcastle and Tottenham man DeAndre Yedlin and ex-Arsenal forward Carlos Vela.

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