Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Makes Huge Manchester United Admission

United, which sacked manager Jose Mourinho last December and replaced him with former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, finished the season in sixth place with 66 points, 32 points behind champions Manchester City, failing to qualify for the Champions League.

Henderson was a key part of the Blades squad which won automatic promotion to the Premier League this season, and has indicated he would like to return next season to play in the top-flight.

Sancho has drawn interest from Manchester United in recent weeks.

"The club is in a strong position. they can push on like Burnley did when they went down".

"The players have all got their programmes to do over the summer".

"And the fans are going to have to bite their tongues a bit for a few years because the other two teams at the top have been phenomenal, I've never seen anything like it".

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After the loss to Cardiff City, Solskjaer has now suffered eight defeats in his last 2 games in charge and surely the manager will be planning to bring in a couple of new faces for the next season. "I will leave the club in a good state whenever I leave". "We expect them to be ready to go on July 1 when we start".

"It is not like when I used to play, us or Arsenal would win the league. Towards the end, we had too many poor performances and you have to look at that and make some judgements based on what we have seen". "It's not a shock". For ourselves, the short-term focus in the league will be getting into the top four.

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.

Nathaniel Mendez-Laing became the second player from a promoted team to score twice at Old Trafford in the Premier League after Louis Saha for Fulham in August 2001.

The French midfielder was scoring goals, providing assists and generally pulling the strings for Manchester United in a way that fans had hoped he would since he rejoined the club from Juventus.

  • Lawrence Cooper