Going into a huge summer transfer window, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is already trying to change things and move the club back in the right direction.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils are to change their transfer strategy and are ‘set to eschew’ marquee signings in favour of prioritising moves for ‘team-focused’ players instead.
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To add to that, the Baby Faced Assassin has set a date of July 8th as when he’d preferably have all his deals done – before the club leave for their pre-season tour of Australia.
United have far-too-often opted for the marketable name rather than the player who fits into the scheme and that has, without doubt, had a hand in the club’s ruin over the last few years.
Alexis Sanchez for instance, although exciting move but it never really made sense given the form of both Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial at that time. The Chilean has only had a negative effect.
Honestly? The Norwegian may have no choice but to go down this route. The very best of players want to play Champions League football and Red Devils cannot offer that for the next twelve months at the very least.
One thing is certain, time needs to be given to Solskjaer to implement his tactics and ideas, while also being allowed to mould the squad into one that fits his image.
This article was most recently revised and updated 3 years ago