Angry Fans Hurl Abuse At Manchester United's Paul Pogba

Angry Fans Hurl Abuse At Manchester United's Paul Pogba

Angry Fans Hurl Abuse At Manchester United's Paul Pogba

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will pocked a cool £7.5million per annum as salary, after he signed a 3 year deal with Manchester United earlier this year to confirm his position as manager of the club.

We could perhaps see a few players for the last time in a Manchester United shirt; Ander Herrera announced that he will leave the club in the summer on a free transfer, while Juan Mata, whose contract is also set to expire in the summer, is undecided.

Solskjaer is of the view that United have to be able to match their rivals physically if they are to close the huge gap between themselves and the top of the Premier League table next season.

"Definitely, I've had loads of conversations and they've been up front and honest", said Solskjaer when asked if the club's hierarchy and owners were aware of United's perilous state.

"It's not like a threat, but whoever is not ready on July 1 will probably stay here and not travel with us because we only want players we can use over there". "We're five or six [points] behind third, fourth and fifth, and that's who we need to challenge next year". These are good players who have been going through a tough season mentally and physically.

"It is not like when I used to play, us or Arsenal would win the league".

If those United supporters, many of whom booed off their team at the end of both halves and most of whom left before the post-match lap of "honour", needed proof of just how far United have fallen, it came over the campaign's final week. We've got the Europa League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup to go for a trophy because Manchester United can't go many years without winning a trophy.

The Red Devils won just one of their last seven league games. I've been in the reserves and we send them away saying, 'Come on, look after yourself.' Because you never know what the manager is going to do when you come back after the summer. It is a long way back, but we start the work now.

It means Old Trafford will once again face a Champions League-less season as the new United boss tries his hand at solving the puzzle of a rebuild.

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