“I see the staff Ole had, but I didn’t and don’t see an obvious figure to confront the board, to confront the players saying they’re not happy with certain things,” he said.
“Of course, I’m not at the club every day, I don’t know the specific ins and outs, but they need to have clear leaders who speak the truth.
“Looking back on his time in charge, I believe the biggest mistake Ole did was not speaking out enough, calling people out.”
With Rangnick coming in, and Mauricio Pochettino wanted for the summer, Saha feels United need to get this decision right.
“It’s important to have the right people there to keep the club traditions alive,” he said.