Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry commented on the future of Manchester United under Erik ten Hag.
The Gunners beat the Red Devils with a score of 3-2 in the 21st round of the Premier League.
“In this match, we have seen a team that is being built for three years, and a team that is being built for six months. The team that rested for a week, and the team that got two days of rest. Manchester United fought until the end, which surprised me. I thought Arsenal would have a great advantage from the beginning of the match, and United would try to defend, but I was wrong.
United was even better with the ball in the first half. Give Ten Hag another year and support him with transfers, and he will make Manchester United a powerful team to be reckoned with.
With all due respect to Alex Ferguson, if Ten Hag does everything right, United will play better than under Ferguson,” Henry said on CBS Sports.