& # 39; In today's market we have a good deal & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Bruno Fernandes after seizing his first goal for Manchester United, at £ 68 million man admits he & # 39; had the day that every player wants & # 39;
- Bruno Fernandes scored his first goal for Manchester United with a penalty
- He helped inspire Manchester United to a comfortable 3-0 win over Watford
- It was hoped that his performances could help the Red Devils to secure a top four place
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said his party was a & # 39; good deal & # 39; got from the signing in January
The signing in January portrayed another man from the match, scored his first goal for the club in what was an important result for his team, which climbed to fifth place in the rankings of Premier League
Fernandes arrived for an initial fee of £ 44.6 million that could rise to £ 67.8 million if a number of goals are achieved, and Solskjaer believes the club has a good deal reached for the Portuguese midfielder.
He told the BBC after the game: & # 39; Bruno Fernandes is faster than he seems. Very excited by having him inside. He has come in, has given everyone a boost and wants to play a game. Great games are now coming.
& # 39; In today's market we have a good deal. Some players take the time to warm up, but he immediately felt that confidence. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; He always wants the ball, he wants to lead the game. I am very satisfied with him. He did something to the crowd. He shows the characteristics of a Manchester United player. He is a great addition to the team. & # 39;
Manchester United's interest in the 25-year-old began last summer, although they could not reach a deal with Sporting Lisbon.
After a disappointing first halfway through the season, the club decided to go back to Fernandes during the transfer window in January and were able to get their man.
Life in Manchester started well for the midfielder who was the man of the match all three of his United starting so far.
His performances have even made comparisons with the old legend Paul Scholes by his new manager.
The Red Devils reached fifth place in the competition after their 3-0 victory over the Hornets thanks to goals from Fernandes, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.
But it was the 42nd of Fernandes minute penalty that would have pleased the public the most, and it is hoped that his presence will inspire Manchester United to qualify for next year's Champions League.
After scoring his first goal for the club, Fernandes told the BBC: & # 39; This is the day every player wants. I feel happy to score, I feel happy to win the game.
& # 39; We have all done our best and have all earned the victory. I just have to help the team, it's what I want to do, it's what I have to do. I hope Martial also scores more goals, like he did tonight. & # 39;
With a quarter of their rather mundane season, Manchester United is on the verge of unexpected performance. If they show any form of consistency, appetite or gumption in the coming months, a place in the Champions League could be theirs.
United did not look like a Champions League team for much of this campaign. Even their better moments are so fleeting that they disappear from memory almost immediately.
But now, a combination of successive victories and the persistent weaknesses of others, the team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have the right to an unexpected opportunity and it seems that the following four games can tell us a long way if they are really capable.
A victory over Chelsea last Monday followed by a performance here that got better as it lasted longer and United left United in fifth place, only three points lower than what is admittedly rather sloppy pace. The following are games against Everton, Manchester City, Tottenham and Sheffield United. Four games to make or break a season? It looks almost like this.
Here the Solskjaer team started slowly but ended quite well. He will hope that it is a metaphor for the season. This is a United team that is more suited to counter-attack – a new signing by Bruno Fernandes certainly helped – and once they were in charge of a Watford match that was competitive for an hour, they grew in confidence and they looked really dangerous.
It was Fernandes who led United after Ben Foster had brought him down to award a penalty in the 40th minute. Then, after what looked like a Watford equalizer was ruled out by VAR in the second half, United extended its advantage through Anthony Martial and young Mason Greenwood.
The goals of the second half were simple to look at, such as the sight of Fernandes and the man of the match Daniel James who ran directly and regularly from deep positions to the Watford defense. United looks dangerous when they attack like that – worried defenders turn on their heels – and it is something that Solskjaer should try to exploit between now and May.
Conversely, it is nowadays unusual for United to start a game well. The Solskjaer team tends to slowly fall out of the trap. That was how it was here. On a turbulent day, they played early without specific intensity or time, which enabled Watford, among other things, to settle down and play their part.
EQUAL FACTS, PLAYER REVIEWS AND LEAGUE TABLE
Manchester United (4-2-3-1): De Gea 6; Wan-Bissaka 6, Lindelof 6, Maguire 6, Shaw 6; Matic 6, Fred 6 (McTominay 78 minutes); Greenwood 7 (Chong 78 minutes 6), Fernandes 7.5, James 8; Martial 6.5 (Ighalo 78 minutes 6). Not used: Romero, Bailly, Mata, Williams.
Objectives: Fernandes pen 40, Martial 59, Greenwood 74
Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 6.5
Watford (4-2-3-1): Foster 5.5; Dawson 5.5, Kabasele 6, Cathcart 6; Masina 6; Hughes 6, Capoue 6; Pereyra 5.5 (Sarr 68mins) 6, Doucoure 6.5, Deulofeu 6; Deeney 6 (Welbeck 75 minutes 6). Not used: Gomes, Mariappa, Cleverley, Chalobah, Gray.
Manager: Nigel Pearson 6
] Referee: Martin Atkinson 56
Man of the competition: Daniel James
Attendance: 73, 347
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The first chance was indeed on the visiting team. Nemanja Matic and Harry Maguire got caught in a jumble just outside their own penalty kick and when the ball broke, Troy Deeney looked like he could get a shot. He would also have done it if Luke Shaw had not read the situation so well and had rushed from left to right.
That should have served as a warning for United. Watford does not play as a bottom three under Nigel Pearson and had clearly come to Old Trafford to take action.
Young Greenwood registered an early recording for United, but it was at a distance and straight to Foster. On the other hand, a low cross from the dangerous Gerard Deulofeu Abdoulaye found Doucoure in a dangerous position, but he couldn't find a space to get a shot and eventually ran the ball over the dead ball line while looking for a corner.
Neither of the teams had adapted terribly well to the circumstances and that was not surprising. United, in the absence of the injured Marcus Rashford, lacked a focal point at the front.
Fernandes – always looking for a bag of space in the last third – fed James on the left in the 17th minute. The curled shot from the Welsh winger to the far post didn't look that dangerous, but when Foster pushed it directly to Aaron Wan-Bissaka, the United full-back might have done better than driving the rebound wide from the nearby post.
Roberto Pereyra was only just wide with a good shot halfway through half and then Shaw, for United, Foster routinely worked with a low ride from 25 yards.
For a while that was the way in which both teams felt each other a bit. Over time, however, United slowly took the initiative. Too many of Watford & # 39; s trips broke down 30 yards from the goal – much to Pearson's frustration – and although Doucoure saved David de Gea with a grating left foot in the half hour, it was no great surprise that United finally arrived managed to squeeze the lead.
Space was the key. United started to find it in the attacking areas of the field. Fred should have done more than a sideways shot after a combination of Fernandes and James found him in the 38th minute and then Fernandes took matters into their own hands.
The pass through the middle of James was a good one and Fernandes reached the ball well ahead of Foster who brought it down. Fernandes waited for Foster to bind himself to the right before quietly placing the penalty in the opposite corner. Five minutes before half time United was at the forefront and it was a reward for what would have been steady if there were no spectacular improvements.
It felt like a big moment in a game that never felt like it would have many goals. It happened that the most important passage did not arrive until the second half, because Watford had ruled out a goal and then United went on six minutes later.
. Watford started the second half strong, as if he were instructed by Pearson to try and get hold of the game. And when Will Hughes took James on the edge of his own territory, Doucoure was able to drive a low cross that forced Shaw to take a corner.
When the ball arrived near the post, two United defenders missed it and Craig Dawson bundled it against the post, allowing Deeney to poke the rebound. It seemed a reasonable goal, but when Watford celebrated the VAR officials, they went to work and showed that Dawson & # 39; s use of the upper arm to divert the ball to goal was clear.
So, relieved and undoubtedly relieved, United tried to profit and did so soon after. James and Greenwood were neatly combined on the left to cause problems when Fernandes sent Martial through the same channel in the 59th minute. Foster saved the Frenchman's first shot with his leg, but when Martial regained possession, he was able to turn and lift the ball over the Watford goalkeeper and into a goal that really should have been protected by that time by a defender on the line.
Able to relax a bit and now that Watford is chasing the game, United starts to play freely. Foster saved again with his of Martial – this time the attack came to the right – and then Maguire was off the goal with a header from a free kick.
Shortly afterwards they sealed the game and it was a nice goal. Hughes lost the ball in midfield and when Fernandes broke and fed Greenwood, the young attacker could go inside on his left foot and hit Foster high to the right of the goalkeeper.
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& # 39; He reminds me of Scholesy & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solksjaer greets & # 39; conductor and leader & # 39; Bruno Fernandes after the impact of the new boy from Manchester United after £ 68m January arrival
- The Red Devils midfielder moved to Old Trafford for £ 68 million in January
- Paul Scholes won many awards at Man United including 11 Premier League titles
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thinks Bruno Fernandes is similar to the retired playmaker
- Former Red Devil Defender Jaap Stam also saw the similarities
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer compared Bruno Fernandes to [19459024ManchesterUnited legend Paul Scholes.
The Red Devils midfielder moved to Old Trafford for £ 68 million in January and played two games for the club.
& # 39; He reminds me of Scholesy as a player but certainly a different type of personality outside the field, & the m anager said about the 25 year old newcomer.
& # 39; Against Club Brugge he walks around on the couch, he speaks to the players who start, he helps them, he gives them points.
& # 39; And the 10 minutes he played, you could see that there is a difference in our team.
& # 39; He is another conductor and leader and winner. He wants to win. He doesn't take 99 percent so well and he impresses me.
& # 39; You see that when you look at it, but you only know it when you have it in your group. He has been top class. & # 39;
Solskjaer is not the only one who compares Fernandes with Scholes, since former defender of the Red Devils Jaap Stam could also see the similarities.
The former player of Sporting Lisbon is expected to play his third match against Watford on Sunday.
& # 39; He has quality, he is a very good finisher & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is convinced that Anthony Martial can be a striker of 20 goals for Manchester United
- Anthony Martial scored his 14th goal of the season in a 1-1 draw in Belgium
- Equalizer makes Manchester United a favorite against Club Brugge
- No player has scored 20 goals in a season since Robin van Persie in 2013
Martial & # 39; s equalizer makes United favorites to reach the last 16 of the competition when they meet Club Brugge again next week in Old Trafford.
It also brought him to 14 goals for the season after his head against Chelsea in the 2-0 win of United at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.
Marcus Rash Ford has 19 points this season but Solskjaer thinks Martial can go even further after he van ft wing to replace his injured teammate.
& # 39; Absolutely, & # 39; said the United manager. "I think Anthony can step up, get a few more and reach the 20.
" He has quality of course, he is a very good finisher. He takes his chances very well. There is a good technique in its finish.
& # 39; He is good to occasionally receive and drop the ball. He can also play almost like a false nine. Sometimes I want him to be physically stronger. & # 39;
Solskjaer was impressed by Martial's aggression by leading United before Chelsea. & # 39;
The center-forward goal of the 80s, & # 39; he added. "I am also encouraged by his attitude this season, who want to do things that are not natural to him.
" You have to make him number 9 again after playing for so many years. . Marcus and Anthony have played broadly for a few years until the last 12 months really. & # 39;
& # 39; It's hard to play with & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blames Europa League BALL because he & # 39; light & # 39; is after Manchester United is held in Club Brugge
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said the Europa League ball was flat against Club Brugge
- Manchester United thanked Anthony Martial for saving a tie in Belgium
- Japanese manufacturer Molten offers the game balls in the Europa League
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the condition of the Europa League ball and believes that Manchester United and Club Brugge have impeded to play during their stalemate in the first leg of their 32-round round.
Emmanuel Dennis put Club Brugge on a dream start after catching the normally reliable Sergio Romero well out of position, but Anthony Martial took advantage of a mistake to silence the tired Jan Breydel stadium and seal to lay a 1-1 draw.
That out-goal means that United has the upper hand on their way to Old Trafford for the second leg of this final 32 tie, which makes Solskjaer generally happy.
But the United boss was ni he is overly satisfied with the Europa League ball – which is supplied by the Japanese manufacturer M olten on match days – against the Belgian leaders on a wet and windy night in Bruges.
& # 39; It was a difficult game against a well-organized team in difficult circumstances, & # 39; he said. "I don't think it was one of the best games anyone has seen.
" A bit sloppy in terms of concentration, but the conditions with the field and the ball make it difficult.
& # 39; It's just different and hard to play with, & # 39; Solskjaer said about the ball. & # 39; You can get one and try it! It is light.
& # 39; But of course it's the same for the two teams. But the circumstances were not nice, the wind and the rain.
& # 39; But anyway, strange goals for both teams. We scored their throw-in and a long kick through the middle, so lack of concentration probably from both teams there.
& # 39; We had to make everyone part of the team (so I made changes), gave those games.
& # 39; We now have so many games, so we got a away game, we got a draw. We're going home next week, so hopefully we can finish the job. & # 39;
Solskjaer hopes Thursday for better football on his part – and in an ideal world for a better ball.
Fortunately, Martial concentrated when Brandon Mechele inexplicably dropped the smashed Maxim De Cuyper, with the United forward speed and power to race before he defeated former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
& # 39; It was a charity today, & Solskjaer said. & # 39; He wasn't really in the game before he scored the goal.
& # 39; We didn't create enough or made enough points to make room for Anthony and it was a frustrating night for him until then.
& # 39; Then (a) charity and then he gets a good chance with his left foot, good blow, well saved by Mignolet. & # 39;
That second chance hit the post, but United should have fought a tough fight from the start in the eyes of Club Brugge head coach Philippe Clement.
Before defeating Romero with a clumsy effort, the video assistant referee assessed a third-minute challenge from the Argentinian international on Dennis in the box.
& # 39; For me, it is a clear punishment & # 39 ;, said Clement. "When I see the images and in some countries it is a red card, if you go with two feet forward against someone's leg, it is a red card.
" All circumstances must go your way if you I'm going to beat United and tonight we didn't get that.
I want Sanchez to stay! Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reveals that £ 560,000 per week Alexis is in his plans with Man United … and says he will play more despite scoring only five goals in 18 months in the club
- Manchester United is confronted with Wolves in the Premier League on Monday evening
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had an example of the Molineux game on Friday morning
- The United manager insists he wants Alexis Sanchez to stay in Old Trafford
- Solskjaer claims that the attacker could play & many more games & # 39; than expected
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Alexis Sanchez to stay in Manchester United and expects him to prove his critics wrong.
Sanchez has been interested in Series A clubs, with the European transfer window open until 2 September, but his wages can be an obstacle to any movement.
United-manager Solskjaer admitted that Sanchez is lagging behind the rest of his team for a few weeks after his return from the Copa America with a hamstring injury.
United organizes friendly competitions behind closed doors at Carrington in an effort to accelerate Sanchez & # 39; s return to fitness.
The shape of the 30-year-old attacker is of greater importance, with only three Premier League goals since a move from Arsenal in January 2018.
& # 39; Alexis is so & # 39 ; n professional and he comes to work very hard every day & # 39 ;, said Solskjaer.
& # 39; He is part of our team and is a really good player. He has now had three weeks, so he is a few weeks behind the rest, but is almost there. We don't have the largest forward row in numbers, so Alexis can eventually play a lot more games than you might expect. We expect that he will be good at this club, he is quality. & # 39;
Sources near the player claim that he wants to leave Old Trafford, but Solskjaer insisted that Sanchez, whose pay could potentially hit £ 560,000 a week, works hard to return.
& # 39; We have had a game with closed doors behind and he does a little extra & # 39; s, & # 39; said Solskjaer. "He will gradually be integrated into more and more playing time.
"We will play more behind closed doors, because with one game a week it is now hard to keep everyone ticking."
There is also a question mark about Paul's future Pogba. His brother, Mathias, claimed that the midfielder & # 39; waits & # 39; to leave for Real Madrid.
In an interview with El Chiringuito Mathias Pogba said: "He will have a hard time because what he wants is not going to happen, now it is a bit late." I don't think he's worth 200 million euros, but now the football world is like that. United will ask a lot, but not 200.
& # 39; It's a delicate situation, but the player has his personal goals, if you have to leave, well, that's it. I cannot assure you that he will stay with United. We know he wanted to move, but he is not to blame. He is waiting. We will see what happens. His dream is to win the Champions League. & # 39;
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane said Friday: & # 39; Paul is a player for Manchester United and we must respect that. & # 39;
Ole Gunnar Solskajer promises to sound the changes for Manchester United's Europa League clash against Club Brugge amid a crazy match with seven games in 21 days
- Manchester United plays Club Brugge on the Europa League Round of 32 stage
- The Red Devils have to deal with a heavy upcoming curse of seven games in 21 games
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will rotate his team for Thursday's trip to Bruges
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is [19459025zalroteren] Manchester United team for the Europa League trip to Club Brugge with a hectic series of games on the horizon.
United travels to Belgium in the round of 32 but also fights for a top-four finish and to participate in the FA Cup. They play seven times in just 21 days, with a number of major games against Manchester City and Tottenham .
Solskjaer does not take any risks and wants to ensure that the team stays fit for the rest of the season by using his team.
& # 39; That's seven games in 21 days, a game every three days. We must ensure that we find the right moments to put players in and out and to rotate the team. & # 39;
The Norwegian said that all his players had a role to play in the upcoming run-in and added that he was excited to give everyone the chance to impress, meaning that United- fans would see changes for the Europa League match – with new attacker Odion Ighalo in the fight to make his first start for the club.
CLUB BRUGGE VS MANCHESTER UNITED
Date : Thursday, February 20
Competition : Europa League Last 32
Kick-off : 17:55
Location : Jan Breydel Stadium
TV coverage : BT Sport 2
Everyone is very important to us and we have to make sure everyone feels fall ued. Because they contribute to us behind the scenes in training. We will make some changes for this game. & # 39;
Bruges tops the league in the Belgian First Division and falls in the Europa League after having played in the group stage of the Champions League, and Solskjaer is wary of their opponents, warning that they have a winning mentality.
& # 39; They are not used to losing. They have lost one match in the competition. Good team, pulled away against Real Madrid. Two draws against Galatasaray. Two tight games against PSG and a game in which they have lost.
Solskjaer believes Club Brugge will offer a rigorous test after coming from the Champions League
SEVEN GAMES FROM MAN UNITED IN 21 DAYS
vs Club Brugge (A) – February 20
vs Watford (H) – February 23
vs Club Brugge (H) – February 27
Everton (A) – March 1
vs Derby (A) – March 5
vs Manchester City (H) – March 8
& # 39; I think Philippe [Clement, Brugge’s manager] has only lost four games since he came, so he's a manager's top coach. He must have seen the potential in this club, because he won the competition with Genk last year and then came to Bruges. & # 39;
He admitted that United had a tough draw despite a top game, but said the players were enthusiastic about the test.
& # 39; When you are out, you are out and there are no second chances. But we are looking forward to it. We know it is a difficult draw.
& # 39; Normally, when you win your group as comfortably as we do, you think you have a nice draw and then you end up with a Champions League team that comes from there. So it's a tough draw, but we're looking forward to it. & # 39;
Erling Haaland informed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he wanted to join Manchester United in December … just to change his mind and opt for Borussia Dortmund
- Erling Haaland met with representatives of Manchester United in December
- The 19-year-old reportedly told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he wanted to join the club
- the Norwegian international finally ended in Borussia Dortmund
The Norwegian was one of the most wanted strikers in Europe last month after his incredible form for Red Bull Salzburg, both domestically and in the Champions League .
He held meetings with various clubs in December, including United, to determine which movement he preferred.
And according to The Athletic, the 19-year-old told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ed Woodward that he had a heart for pulling the Red Devils jersey.
That never succeeded, however, when Haaland finally opted for a move to Borussia Dortmund, where he thrived – with 11 goals in his first seven appearances.
Meanwhile, Manchester United turned to Odion Ighalo as a short-term solution to solve their rushing problems.
There has been a consistent theme on the social media channels of Paul Pogba in recent weeks.
Pogba stretches his legs, Pogba performs pull-ups, Pogba lifts weights, Pogba jogs on ultra-modern anti-gravity treadmill while admiring the Dubai skyline.
It is #Pogback 2.0 as the Manchester United midfielder accelerates his recovery from the ankle injury that has put him offside for much of the season.
The official line of United and their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is that the Frenchman is & # 39; desperate & # 39; to return to the field.
& # 39; Paul has had a terrible season with injuries and is desperate to play football, & # 39; Solskjaer said at the end of last month.
& # 39; If I know anything about Paul, it is that he likes to play football and train, and it plays into his mind. I see a boy tired of getting hurt. & # 39;
That is all well and good, but even if Pogba is available again before the end of the season, he is far from guaranteed a place in the starting line of United-
Pogba will no doubt assume that he will just roll back to the midfield of United, as if he has never left, and will get a little speed before Euro 2020 with France.
But unfortunately for him, United and Solskjaer have continued in his absence. They compensated for his absence and coped without him, if not thriving exactly.
Monday night's impressive performance in winning 2-0 in Chelsea, which lifted United in fourth place on three points of the Blues, was further proof that they are doing fine without the £ 89 million man.
The energy that Fred and Nemanja Matic showed at Stamford Bridge won the midfield fight in favor of United, thus laying the foundation for a necessary victory to keep their Champions League ambitions alive .
Fred has just about shed the laughter status that followed him for so long after his move of £ 52m from Shakhtar Donetsk.
The Brazilian shows the benefits of regular Premier League football – he has started 18 league games this season – and looks more at home in midfield every week.
MANCHESTER UNITED FIXTURES
Premier 1945 unless mentioned
February 20 ] Club Brugge (A)
Europa League final-32, first stage
] February 23 Watford (H)
27 February Club Brugge (H)
Europa League final-32, second stage
1 March Everton ( A)
March 5, Derby County (A)
FA Cup fifth round
He may lack Pogba's creativity in full swing, but he certainly offers more energy and does not give Chelsea midfield a moment's rest, while there are improvements in his death and distribution.
Yes, Fred lacks the physicality for some battles, but there is no doubt that he is more influential for United than he was three or four months ago.
And he was remarkably frank when he gave an interview during the winter break and said that United & # 39; s team & # 39; kept missing the mentality of staying together & # 39; and that & # 39; we have many problems & # 39 ;.
Although Solskjaer tried to downplay the comments, Fred was undeniably correct and it was refreshing to see that a top-level player also included the & # 39; vanity & # 39; from some of his teammates.
You think Fred might have been at the forefront of Pogba when he said that and it is becoming clearer who will stay on the United team longer.
Matic was deployed to provide additional protection for United's triple defense on Monday evening and largely succeeded in his return to Stamford Bridge.
He has worked pretty well with Fred in recent weeks after he had recovered from his own problems, but this was a striking achievement.
At 31, imagine that Matic will not be in United for too long, but it is reassuring for Solskjaer that he can do a job in the absence of Pogba and Scott McTominay.
Solskjaer said this week that McTominay is not too far away from a comeback of his knee injury and that the Scot played a full role in training during United's visit to Marbella.
His return will be a huge boost for United with the 21-year-old already a pillar of midfield, for everyone in the pecking order.
You would say McTominay will be Fred again as soon as he is fully fit again, with Matic as cover.
New boy Bruno Fernandes – who had an influence on Chelsea, hit the post with a free kick and curled in the corner for Harry Maguire to lead the second goal – also offers an alternative.
It is even clear from his two performances so far that Fernandes United has a quality of delivery of set pieces they have missed for years, as well as influence and aggression. You would expect this for £ 68 million, mind you.
So where does Pogba leave? Most likely on the couch, as he was in the weird comeback cameo between his two injury absences during Christmas when he briefly acted against Watford and Newcastle.
Why would Solskjaer tear up the midfield plans that served him for much of the season only for a returning player who is likely to jump this summer?
The latest spit between Solskjaer and Pogba & # 39; s agent, Mino Raiola, only serves to remind United of the excitement they can expect this summer when Pogba tries to get out of the last year of his contract to to become a member of Juventus or Real Madrid.
Solskjaer certainly does not suffer from a distance. It was made to look like a fool all season long by a player who supposedly looks after an injured ankle who simultaneously plays basketball with NBA stars and dances at his brother's wedding.
The comments about Pogba that & # 39; desperate & # 39; is to go back to United to the party line, but the Solskjaer team is in a much needed process of renewal and renewal.
Pogba will not be part of this process and United & # 39; s midfield will clearly continue without him.
& # 39; He may be the captain of a large club & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer supports Harry Maguire to become captain of Manchester United
- Harry Maguire has received much praise van Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- Solskjaer says that Maguire's leadership qualities mark him as a future captain
- Maguire will be confronted on Saturday afternoon with his former club Leicester City [19459007
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has supported Harry Maguire as an a future Manchester United captain while the defender of England prepares for his old club Leicester moves to Old Trafford for the first time since his £ 80 million.
Maguire will stand in line against Brendan Rodgers & Side on Saturday after an impressive start to life at United, and Solskjaer says the Yorkshireman has already shown his leadership qualifications.
& # 39; He is definitely a character and personality who can be the leader of a large club, & said the United boss. & # 39; In the dressing room he is a leader in terms of performance, stature and behavior. He is a character that you want to follow. Some are technical leaders, others are voice leaders, he is in charge.
& I think he has been brilliant. He entered the dressing room and was the leader. I'm sure he's looking forward to playing against his old team. He is going to be a big part of the future of this club.
& # 39; We have watched him enough to know that he is the man we wanted. That's why we spent the money we spent on him. Leicester did not want to lose him. & # 39;
United's current club captain is Ashley Young, but David De Gea has also led the team in recent weeks while the former English man was offside. Paul Pogba was stripped of the captain by Jose Mourinho last season.
United face Leicester is in dire need of profit after making their worst start to a season since 1993. The victory on the opening day of Chelsea was followed by a defeat against Crystal Palace and a draw with Wolves and Southampton.
& # 39; Leicester is always a tough game, as a team, a club that pushes into the top four, & # 39; added Solskjaer. & # 39; They have good players, a good manager, a proven top manager. The Brendan teams always play football and we have to play well to get the three points. & # 39;