Former Manchester United and England midfielder, Paul Scholes has identified three players that did not live up to expectations as the club lost 1-0 to Juventus on Tuesday.
Scholes picked out Rumelu Lukaku, Anthony Martial and Marcos Rashford for blames, insisting that the trio must do more.
Manchester United lost 1-0 to the Serie A giants in their Champions League Group H encounter on Tuesday.
Romelu Lukaku led the attack with Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford playing either side of him.
Scholes said all three of them must step up in order to help take United back to the top of world football.
“When you look around the squad the players are there, the talent is there,” he told BT Sport.
“I talk about the front three all the time and you think of the pace and strength that they have got.
“OK, (Romelu) Lukaku is probably struggling for a bit of confidence, Marcus (Rashford) is probably struggling for a bit of confidence but you look at them three and think they should be getting 65 goals a season!
“They need to start producing that now.
“We talk about (Anthony) Martial and (Marcus) Rashford as potential players for the future but they’ve played over 100 games.
“The future is no good any more, it needs to be now.”