Solskjaer sets transfer deadline to sell unwanted players: report

The rebuilding job that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must undertake is a huge one. Manchester United’s powers-that-be need to give the Baby Faced Assassin time to complete the overhaul.

Solskjaer himself has apparently set himself a deadline as to when he hopes to be rid of the ‘dead wood’. According to the Manchester Evening News, the Norwegian has given himself a year to sell the unwanted players within the dressing room…

Within the article, the MEN also state that planning for next summer is already well underway, as Solskjaer seemingly has big plans to return this club back to its former glories.

The clearing out process has already started with Antonio Valencia and Ander Herrera leaving on free transfers, while others could yet follow suit.

For me, what’s most important is that United back their man. This is a serious job that Solskjaer is undertaking, they’ll be several bumps in the road before things get better. Edward Woodward mustn’t wilt under the pressure that will inevitably come his way.

In turn, Solskjaer must show that he can get these players performing better than they did at the end of the 2018/19 campaign. We saw first-hand just how much of a positive influence he can be during his first few months in charge, and if United get back to that style of football, us fans have every reason to feel confident about the direction we’ll be headed in…

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