Paul Scholes’ son Arron, 19, launched a withering attack on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side on Twitter at half-time during Ajax’s 1-0 win over Tottenham on Tuesday night.
Centre-back De Ligt has been linked with a move away from Amsterdam this summer, with Barcelona, following the £65million acquisition of his Ajax team-mate Frenkie de Jong, and United interested in the player.
However, amid the Red Devils’ miserable recent run of form, Arron warned De Ligt to head to Spain over Manchester.
‘As much as I’d love to see De Ligt at United, I wouldn’t even wish that on him,’ he said.
‘Go to Barca and enjoy your career mate because we’re w*** and have a team full of b***ends.’
Arron’s dad Paul has not shied away from criticising his old club since taking up his post as a pundit, notably when the team was under the stewardship of Jose Mourinho.
But with United’s form once again taking a dip, the former England midfielder has continued to hit out at players he believes are not performing to the required standard.
Just this week Scholes slammed United’s record signing Paul Pogba, claiming he is living in his ‘own little fantasy world’.
Scholes, speaking to Premier League Productions, said of Pogba: ‘There’s confusion in midfield. Is Pogba going to stay or go?
‘In years gone by, United have lost top players and it didn’t really affect them. You think of Roy Keane going, David Beckham, Cristiano [Ronaldo] going, [Ruud] van Nistelrooy. All top, top players leaving the club.
‘We all know Paul, we talk about potential, but he’s 26 years of age, he’s got to start producing it week in week out.
‘You’re going to be losing a player who you know can be world class.
‘He could be a player who needs a Bryan Robson or a Roy Keane next to him just to give him a little rollicking every now and then. If he doesn’t get that he just carries on in his own little fantasy world, thinking he’s the best.’