'Man Utd Is The Last Place Players Want To Go'

'Man Utd Is The Last Place Players Want To Go'

'Man Utd Is The Last Place Players Want To Go'

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (left) on the touchline during match against Burnley.

But the midweek unsavoury chanting caused outrage among commentators while Solskjaer, whose team visit League One Tranmere Rovers in a potentially pivotal FA Cup tie on Sunday, also condemned it.

But the United boss dismissed the suggestion he needs to make wholesale changes and urged the club to follow the example of Liverpool, who have given Jurgen Klopp more than four years to build a squad capable of challenging for the Champions League and Premier League title.

United were thought to be closing in his signature, but Goal has reported that a deal has fallen through due to the Portuguese club's reluctance to accept any offers below €80 million (£67m/$88m).

"We can't react to all the noise outside", Solskjaer told a news conference on Friday.

You don't just take your roof off when you're going to rebuild a house, you need to knock your house down and put the foundation in. "If you asked a group of players now, United would probably be the last team the players would want to go to", said the Bulgarian.

"We do have a way of doing things", Solskjaer said.

In fact, their injuries have hit United so hard that the club is trying everything they can to sign Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes this transfer window.

But when questioned if he would expect the same from the French World Cup victor, he replied: "We all want this to go well and we've all got different ways of showing how much we care". We know how football is nowadays, but all my conversations with the club have been positive. The question is who do they go out and get and do the players even want to come to Old Trafford.

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