GABRIEL HEINZE WAS AN "AVERAGE PLAYER" FOR MANCHESTER UNITED

The Argentine centre back has been getting bad press due to his related involvements in the Panama offshore accounts' scandal.

Gabriel Heinze was named by analysts as one of the average players Sir Alex Ferguson made into excellent squad player when the current 38-year old defender played at Old Trafford.

It started when former coach, Harry Redknapp compared Jesse Lingard of the current Red Devils squad to legend Ryan Giggs. The coach hinted that the player is far from outstanding.

Gabriel Heinze is losing credibility due to not having coaching badges

After giving up his playing career, Gabriel Heinze went on to become a coach but things haven’t been going in a positive way as the Argentinean took charge of Godoy Cruz on June 2015 but was sacked only a few months later on September after only being able to sustain 2 triumphs, 2 draws and 6 defeats.

Gabriel Heinze is now available to take up a new coaching position in a team and he was even being taken consideration for a club that had recently opened up a managerial spot.