Manchester United legend Paul Scholes said that goal-scoring is the club’s real problem this season.

Scholes said this after Man United’s 2-0 Premier League defeat to West Ham on Saturday.

Two goals from Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus ensured the Hammers defeated the Red Devils at the London Stadium.

“United have got real problems. Goalscoring is a real issue. It is four games without a goal and without really creating. Second half, I can’t think of a save that the goalkeeper has had to make,” Scholes told TNT Sports.

“Sometimes you go through seasons where one or two of your forwards are struggling with confidence and can’t score goals but it is every single one of them. You talk about McTominay with six goals as your leading goalscorer; he’s a midfield player.”

He added: “The forward players have got to stand up, find some confidence from somewhere and bring some threat to the team. There is no threat in the team.”

EPL: Scholes names Man Utd’s real problem after 2-0 loss to West Ham

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