- Jose Mourinho's aide blasts Manchester United interim boss Solskjaer after PSG Champions League defeat
- The French League giants handed the Red Devils their first defeat under the Norwegian since he took over at the club in December
- United were on the verge of stretching their unbeaten run to 12 matches before losing to the Ligue 1 side earlier this week
- Eladio Parames also attacked Pochettino and Sarri for enjoying better treatment at their respective clubs
Jose Mourinho's aide Eladio Parames has launched an attack on Manchester United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian suffered his first defeat to Paris Saint Germain in Tuesday's Champions League clash since he replace the Portuguese tactician in December 2018
Kylian Mbappe and Presnel Kimpembe were the stars responsible for inflicting pain on the Red Devils in front of their home fans.
Though, they have a chance to turn the result around when they travel to France next month but the French League side have a two-away goal advantage ahead of the tie.
SunSport however report that Parames in his column for Portuguese sports paper Record, slammed the Norwegian's dodgy record at Cardiff.
He said: “Look at this - United's current coach, Ole Solskjaer, in his first managerial experience in England, took Cardiff down into the Championship with only seven wins and 30 points, finishing 20th in the standings. And now you see him back in Manchester.”
Parames also aimed a dig at current Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, saying the Italian tactician has no silverware to his name.
The former Napoli boss replaced countryman Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge last summer but his reign has been struggles all the way.
He did not also leave Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino out of his rants, saying both are given executive treatments.
He added: "Sarri, the coach who leads Chelsea, has never won a title and his latest results have culminated in a shameful defeat against Guardiola.
“Despite this, it is dubbed Sarriball. And the Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, who also does not know what it is to win a title, is treated as Magic Poch.”
While wrapping up, he insisted that Mourinho, who recenly landed a punditry assignment with beIN Sports deserves more respect than Gary Neville and Thierry Henry.