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Man Utd treble winner says he ‘wouldn’t want to play’ for present-day United

Dwight Yorke claims that he wouldn’t want to be part of present-day Manchester United because it is currently ‘a really bad place to be’.

The 52-year-old enjoyed a successful stint with United, scoring 66 goals in 152 appearances.

He was a key player in helping the Red Devils win a historic treble of trophies in 1998-99. 

However, when asked if he would sign for the present-day United, he said (per The Times): “I wouldn’t want to play.

“There’s a lack of creativity, passion. It’s just a real bad place to be if you are a United player.” 

Man United have suffered a huge decline since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as manager in 2013. 

The Scot guided United to the Premier League title in his final season, but they have never come close to competing since. 

David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer all failed to bring the glory days back to Old Trafford. 

Erik ten Hag looked promising after he led the club to third in the league and won the League Cup. 

However, the Dutchman is on the verge of being sacked after a miserable campaign.

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