Manchester United to hand manager £50million for winter signings

Manchester United to hand manager £50million for winter signings

Manchester United to hand manager £50million for winter signings

Jose Mourinho could have been forgiven for wondering where this performance was when he was Manchester United manager, although maybe, just maybe, he was the reason for the tripe that had gone before.

The message, according to The Sun, read: "I told you so!" Do YOU think he will be Man Utd's best centre-back under Solskjaer?

The 30-year-old will miss the trip to Cardiff but could be back in contention for Bournemouth's visit to Old Trafford on December 30.

Manchester United are in sixth place in the Premier League table and 11 points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea FC in the race to secure a Champions League spot.

" So this idea that these players who are maybe a little bit upset, and not just at United, trust me the modern player they're not just weak players, they're very weak human beings".

"We are in a results business", Solskjaer said.

Not since Ferguson's final game in charge over five years ago have United been so prolific in the final third, with Solskjaer laying down an impressive early marker as he seeks to follow in the footsteps of a coach he tasted Treble success under in 1999. "Now we see them taking a lead and going for more". Paul is a terrific lad and when I had him as a kid, he was always there.

Solskjaer has not been granted the time to change much but did say he told his players they must not be out-worked at the Cardiff City Stadium. It's not going to be all-out attack.

"And then for some of them to down tools, shame on some of those players". Well, you would fall out with players, that's the name of the game when players turn up overweight or players aren't training properly and not producing.

The Red Devils star has failed to replicate his form from his Arsenal days, but he could kick-start his career under new caretaker manager. Some need an arm around a shoulder, some need a hairdryer so it's about knowing people. His assist for Martial's goal and his well-taken penalty were the high points of a display full of verve, and Cardiff never quite got to grips with him. That's what the gaffer (Ferguson) was best at.

Manchester United have already lost five times in the Premier League this season to raise questions about their ability to secure a top-four finish this term.

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