Mauricio Pochettino defended his players after "not fair" criticism from Gary Neville – who labelled Chelsea "blue billion pound bottle jobs" as they lost the Carabao Cup final to Liverpool.
He is also one of the co-owners of Salford City FC, alongside his brother Phil, Beckham, Giggs, Butt, and businessman Peter Lim.
Sky Sports success
He has been a notable critic of racism and the proposed European Super League, which would have featured at least 12 elite clubs from Europe but been a closed shop preventing most other clubs from participating.
"The Glazers have no place in Manchester anymore," Neville stated alongside Carragher.
Manchester United career
Neville joined Man United as an apprentice after leaving school in 1991. In 1992, he made his breakthrough in the first team. He made his way up the ranks just as Man United were heading into an era of dominance at the beginning of the Premier League era.
In 1999/2000 and 2000/01, United retained their Premier League title. However, they were faced with the threat of Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.
The Gunners won the league in 2001/02 only for United to wrestle it back in 2002/03, but then came arguably the darkest years of Neville's time at Man United.
In 2003/04, Arsenal won the Premier League without losing a single game as the Red Devils finished behind the North Londoners and Chelsea - who, at the time, were in their first season under the ownership of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich.
The following season, Chelsea were champions again as United edged Liverpool into second place, but suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat to the Blues to seal the title for Jose Mourinho's men.
However, in 2006/07, the balance of power swung the way of the Red Devils again, buoyed by the emergence of a young Cristiano Ronaldo.
Gary Neville and England national team
Short reign at Valencia
Gary Neville's net worth
According to the Daily Express, Neville earns around £1million annually for his punditry on Sky Sports.