Last Sport News Man Utd midfielder denies squad ‘discontent’ over Solskjaer Breaking sport news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Scott McTominay has denied reports that Man Utd players don’t feel Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ‘strong enough to manage the squad’. The Red Devils had a brilliant end to last season with some predicting a good campaign this year, especially if they got their summer business right. However, their failure to land top target Jadon Sancho before the transfer deadline, coupled with their poor start to the Premier League season has seen some doubting their aspirations. MAILBOX: Long live the Glazers! Man Utd owners ensure Prem competition… And journalist Duncan Castles has claimed on the Transfer Window Podcast that Bruno Fernandes doesn’t believe Solskjaer is the man for the job and that some of his team-mates also hold this view. Castles said: “What I’m hearing, and this is coming from a source very close to the player, is that Fernandes’ opinion of Solskjaer is similar to that of other senior members of the team. “He doesn’t feel like [Solskjaer] is strong enough to manage the squad. He feels he doesn’t have the capabilities to push the players they have forward in the direction they should go. “On top of that, I understand Fernandes is angry with the club because what they did in the summer. It does not cohere with his expectations of what would happen when he arrived.
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. They’re not to the level where they can fight for titles against Manchester City, Liverpool and Europe in the Champions League.
“There is a discontent with the club and a discontent with the manager.
“It’s not entirely surprising to me that this has happened, it’s a common pattern in the dressing room – this opinion of Solskjaer.”
There have been reports over the last month that Man Utd were interested in bringing former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino in if results didn’t improve this season.
However, McTominay has told Norwegian television that all of the players are fully behind Solskjaer.
“The whole club is behind him,” McTominay told TV2. “We believe in every word he says, and it’s not just him.
“We trust every word from Mike Phelan, Kieran McKenna, Michael Carrick and the entire support staff.”
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