Paul Pogba’s stay at United has been unclear as the player was absent in the last season due to injuries. There were rumours about his transfer and according to the new report by the Sun, but it looks like United are ready to discuss deals regarding Pogba. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to deals on Pogba and Jesse Lingard and with the funds from these deals will be enough to sign Jaden Sancho to the club.
Manchester United are in a strong need to strengthen their midfield. With Bruno Fernandes in lead, Solskjaer is trying to find young talents to support the team. The club has laid their eyes on the Birmingham star Jude Bellingham who is a sensation in the midfield.
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves is impressed with the impact made by Bruno Fernandes since his mid-season move to Manchester United. The 25-year-old came to the Red Devils with a huge reputation and he has certainly lived up to the same with three goals and four assists from nine appearances.
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has expressed his disappointment after the Red Devils’ goalless draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Saturday. The Mancunian giants had the opportunity to take close the gap on fourth-placed Chelsea in the league standings but they failed to do so after managing a frustrating draw against Nuno’s side.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that he wants his team to dominate games similar to Liverpool in the long run. The Red Devils have fared impressively against the elite teams this season but they have found it difficult when it comes to facing the lower league sides, who have nullified their counter-attacking option.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has said that the club could have a bright future ahead under the guidance of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian found himself in a difficult situation following the club’s successive draws against Sheffield United and Aston Villa but those concerns have been put aside with recent wins over Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.
The latest draw against Everton at Old Trafford is Manchester United’s 6th consecutive match without a defeat. They are now back in the race for the Champions League spot next season as the Red Devils are just four points behind Chelsea.
Although the latest match in the Premier League can be considered as a hiccup for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, Manchester United has improved its game lately.
It was claimed by Man UTD that they will not sign Joao Felix into the club because of their fears about his stature. Felix was added in the wish list of Manchester United along with other players since last summer. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the boss for Manchester United. He has been a huge admirer of Felix. It was also reported that the Red Devils were willing to pay as much as £105million to obtain his services towards the club.
Felix represents Portugal for international games and he finally joined Atletico Madrid. According to The Athletic, it was decided by the United Brass to not pursue with the wonderkid from Portugal as they were concerned whether he will be able to deal with the physicality that is required for playing in the Premier League.
It’s Manchester United’s worst start to a season for 30 years. Solskjær’s win ratio of 47.5% is the worst of any United manager since Dave Sexton got the boot back in April 1981.
They currently sit just two points shy of the relegation zone. They haven’t won away from home since April against PSG, and not in the league since Crystal Palace in February.
Former Premier League ace Chris Sutton has slammed Manchester United for their decision to offload both Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku this summer. Lukaku made the move to Inter Milan on a permanent deal before the English transfer deadline and the Red Devils have since sanctioned the temporary move for Sanchez to the same club.
As a result, they are currently with just two strikers in the form of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial and there is basically no back-up with only the inexperienced Mason Greenwood on the bench. Speaking to The Mirror, Sutton said that the Red Devils don’t have the credentials to make the top four this term, considering the lack of genuine goalscoring options upfront.