EPL: What Solskjaer told Pogba to stop him from leaving Manchester United

EPL: What Solskjaer told Pogba to stop him from leaving Manchester United

Perhaps Christian Eriksen's influence on his countryman may convince him to elect to join Spurs, but then again the Evening Standard reported last month that he was stalling on signing a new deal to keep him in north London.

Jose Mourinho's December sacking was followed by the surprise appointment of Solskjaer until the end of the campaign.

"Phil knows what it takes to be a Manchester United player, he has won the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League and is now one of the senior players within the team", the Norwegian said.

And if a young, promising defender like Tuanzebe can not get a chance when United are keen for defensive improvement and the others in his position are being rewarded with new deals as well, it is beginning to look like he won't ever get his chance to shine...

Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that he has copied some of Claudio Ranieri's training sessions.

"So, I've got a picture of how I think this Man United team will look in a couple of years".

"I don't know if it is with me, but I always put my views across to Ed Woodward and the ones in the club".

More news: Bob Stoops returns to coaching with Dallas in relaunched XFL

While this game vs Fulham will be absolutely crucial in terms of the league position but the manager will undoubtedly have one eye on the game against PSG which means we can expect a bit of a reshuffle.

"Of course, it's been fantastic the last two months now with the points we've got".

"It reveals do we have the focus on what's important, which is always the next game in football".

United ran out of patience with Mourinho after the 3-1 defeat to bitter rivals Liverpool, but his dismissal had - in the eyes of some supporters - been a long time coming due to a lack of on-pitch entertainment and reported unrest in the dressing room.

"The club and the team can, yes", Solskjaer said when asked if United are good enough to compete for all trophies.

"They know the league and the club inside out, so to pass that on and get us playing how we are has been ideal. But they're not the games that will move us up the table, that's the other games".

Related Articles