Ole Solskjaer hints he is set to make changes in his team against Brighton
Sept. 25, 2020
- Ole Solskjaer and his wards will be facing Brighton on Saturday, September 26, in EPL tie
- The Norwegian has stated that there could be a change in his squad for the encounter
- Manchester United lost against Crystal Palace in their first game of the season
Manchester United manager Ole Solskjaer has stated emphatically that he is ready to make a change in his team for their next Premier League game against Brighton.
The Red Devils started their campaign this season in the Premier League on a disappointing note losing against Crystal Palace.
Victor Lindelof made some errors which Manchester United paid for against Crystal Palace in which Ole Solskjaer was not happy about.
Last season in the Premier League, Manchester United finished among the top four teams although they failed to win any title in all competitions.
The Red Devils were tipped to succeed this season in the Premier League by their fans, and Ole Solskjaer has fired warning to his players ahead of next game.
‘'I think last season proved to us how we can defend at our best, last week wasn’t fantastic, we conceded sloppy goals but I think our defensive record from last season with Eric and Harry how good a partnership they were.
‘'Eric is fit again, a big big plus and looking forward to seeing him develop and play more games because we’ve been waiting him to be fit and play more regularly,'' Solskjaer stated according to the report on Metro.
The 30-year-old played for Roma last season on loan from Manchester United, and he made a return to Old Trafford after the end of the 2019/20 League season.
But since he returned, Chris Smalling has been made to be training on his own at Manchester United throwing his future into doubt with the Red Devils.
According to the report on UK Mirror citing Daily Mail, Chris Smalling is currently frustrated with his current situation at Manchester United.
Already, Roma who wants him on a permanent deal have begun their campaign in the Italian Serie A, and Manchester United have also played their first game in the 2020/21 Premier League season.
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