Solskjaer to make ‘tough decisions’ at Man United

Solskjaer to make ‘tough decisions’ at Man United

Solskjaer to make ‘tough decisions’ at Man United

Solskjaer gave an update on his options, with the Manchester United boss unsure of who he will call upon to play in the full-back roles against Manuel Pellegrini's charges.

That tie's not quite dead yet. They never had a go at Barcelona or tried to, in such a massive game where the fans are up for it. Top four is also an aim.but we should aim for 15 points.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided an update on Ander Herrera amid reports claiming the midfielder has agreed to join Paris Saint-Germain.

"The chances that we get, we have to put them in". Herrera's agent pushed United to offer as much as £300,000 per week but the club refused. Now languishing in 11th place in the Premier League, the Hammers are all but safe from relegation but they're unlikely to climb any higher and manager, Manuel Pellegrini, will already be thinking ahead to next season.

"I thought first half, we speak about Fred and Scott [McTominay] but I thought Paul made us play, settled us down a bit in the first half especially", he said.

United are set to be active in the transfer market in a bid to mount a serious Premier League title challenge next season, having struggled this term.

West Ham could recall Michail Antonio to the squad after he recovered from an ankle knock but Samir Nasri remains out with a calf injury so he is on the sidelines along with Andy Carroll, Andriy Yarmolenko, Carlos Sanchez, Jack Wilshere, and Winston Reid. "I'm not sure, because he's got another muscle injury".

Since the Norwegian took the job, Pogba has scored nine goals and assisted a further seven in 19 games but according to French publication, Les Parisien the 2018 FIFA World Cup victor wants out. He can make a goal.

In possession United need to be clinical, just like away to PSG. And that's where the value sits.

"This is a "must win" game for them".

Anthony Martial will return while Luke Shaw is suspended as Manchester United prepare to welcome West Ham United to Old Trafford on Saturday. For example, both teams to score, Manchester United to win and Romelu Lukaku to score in his sixth Premier League home game in-a-row against the Hammers pays £3.63 for £1 stake.

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