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Following Saturday’s 4-2 loss to Leicester, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dominated the headlines for the past 24 hours.
Ole’s job is safe
Although many Manchester United fans believe it might be the end of the road for him, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job appears to be in good hands.
Athletic have reported that the Norwegian, although he has only won two of the last seven games, will not be sacked by United as he has a lot of bank credit among the board.
United now see themselves breaking out of the top four and with Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City coming in the coming weeks, the situation could get significantly worse.
Solskjaer will have a lot to do to rally United loyalists but it looks like he has the full backing and backing of the board.
United have £ 70million budget for January transfer window – on one condition
Manchester United have spent a lot again this summer to bring Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo to the locker room and the spending is unlikely to end there.
According to The Daily Star, the Manchester club will have an additional £ 70million to spend in the mid-season transfer window, but that money will only be available for Solskjaer if the board considers the club to be able. to support a challenge for the title.
The report suggests that Solskjaer knows that if United are on the hunt for glory by Christmas, they will be rewarded with additional financial support to continue a major push in the race.
Neville criticizes United’s performance
Former United right-back Gary Neville never shies away from voicing his opinions and it’s no different today.
Following United’s poor result at King Power Stadium on Saturday, Neville discussed his former team’s recent performances. He said Air sports: “The performance has been so poor all season in terms of team performance. There have been good results and great individual goals, but the overall performance and unity in possession and out of possession have been poor. . “
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“It’s breathtaking and scruffy to watch,” added the United legend. “When you play a team with a clear organization and methodology, you are going to break up and that’s what happened.”
“Manchester United right now is out of balance. Performance is now getting what it deserves in terms of results. That has to change. Performance has to be much better,” he said.
Don’t hold back, Gary!
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