EPL: Manchester United not 'satisfied' under Solkjaer - De Gea

EPL: Manchester United not 'satisfied' under Solkjaer - De Gea

EPL: Manchester United not 'satisfied' under Solkjaer - De Gea

According to Sky Sports man Dharmesh Sheth, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has refused to deny that the Ivory Coast global could leave the club in January.

United are now in sixth place in the Premier League table; having clawed back the points deficit to fifth placed Arsenal, and rising to within three points of Chelsea.

An even more unlikely away win is priced up at [14.0], which seems short to me given that the visitors were above 30/1 to win at City on Saturday.

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it's like Herrera has found a new lease of life at United, in what could be called an ideal role for him.

He said: "We are playing with no limits, yes - it's exactly what Ole brought to the team since the first day". In fact, Burnley last defeated the Old Trafford side back in 2009, so The Red Devils have a decent edge when it comes to playing The Clarets.

United's latest win saw them ease into the FA Cup fifth round with an impressive victory at Arsenal, courtesy of strikes by Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, but shot-stopper David de Gea believes that things can get even better at the club.

Herrera has been in decent form for Manchester United so far this season, scoring two goals and making three assists in 16 Premier League games.

Similarly, Jose Mourinho rated Herrera highly, but he wasn't seen in numerous matches United played. "We've worked on that because we need to defend better against better teams". The side is on an eight-game winning run under the Norwegian star.

'Alexis is a very good player and when I was at PSG, we thought he could help us'.

'I don't know why his performances or quality is better or worse in these circumstances.

Should United win all those games, plus the Crystal Palace fixture at the end of February, Solskjaer would have led the club to their longest ever winning streak (15 wins).

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has admitted he considered leaving the club in the January transfer window due to limited game time.

'From Tottenham to Arsenal the way we improved the structure, the way the ideas, we get to know each other more and they get to know me and what I want from the team.

'We're happy with the wins but we aren't satisfied with the overall situation. "Tomorrow we will enjoy sitting back in the chair and enjoy watching the FA Cup".

"They'll cause you different problems, the physicality, the front two - we've got to be ready for them, but we've turned the corner ourselves".

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