“I think Man United is attractive to every young player out there with ambition”: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that Manchester United’s run will help induce the best talent in the club
- Manchester United have put together an unbeatable 17-game streak
- They started the season badly, but still manage to finish in the top four
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that young talent will now be attracted to the club
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that any youngster eager to reach the top could consider signing for Manchester United at the moment.
United suffered a setback in January when teenage striker Erling Haaland opted for Borussia Dortmund over Old Trafford.
But since then, the renewed Solskjaer team has embarked on an unbeaten run in 17 games with the new signature Bruno Fernandes and the prodigy of the Mason Greenwood academy that has garnered rave reviews.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that Manchester United’s form will attract new talent
Jadon Sancho (above) and Jude Bellingham have both been linked in moves to Old Trafford
British winger Jadon Sancho and Birmingham City starlet Jude Bellingham have both been tied to removals in Old Trafford and Solskjaer sees no problem recruiting the talent he wants.
“I think Man United is attractive to every young player out there with ambition,” said the manager ahead of Monday’s home game against Southampton.
‘Results are coming and performance is coming. When you are at Man United, you must attack quickly and have young players in there. ‘
There was a concern among United fans when Erling Haaland chose Borussia Dortmund instead
Greenwood, 18, has scored four goals in these past three games and is rapidly becoming the club’s new idol.
It adapts to the united tradition of giving young people a chance, going from The Busby Babes to Marcus Rashford.
“The longer you have the players in the club environment, the more loyal they will be,” says Solskjaer, who played alongside class 92 graduates David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville.
‘They will trust you as technical and management staff to care about their best interests and best interests of the club.
Solskjaer was impressed by Mason Greenwood, who captured the championship
‘At Mason’s age, you have so much energy and no fear. You just want to go play football. If we had a day off, he would play football with his teammates. “
On the possibility that the striker may suffer from a hangover after his incredible turning point, Solskjaer added: ‘I’m not worried about Mason next season. The club knows what they are doing when they educate players.
“We have always given young players a chance, this is in our DNA.”
United’s recent transformation has raised expectations for a title challenge next season. This year the priorities are to finish in the top four and still have the FA Cup and the Europa League to play for.
United has a tradition of giving young people the chance from The Busby Babes in Rashford
“I don’t have a job to get excited,” said Solskjaer. “I am here to improve the team and try to shape the team so that we as a technical staff and a management team believe that the club should play.”
The Norwegian is also happy that United’s form cheered the legendary former manager Sir Alex Ferguson during the blockade.
‘He’s watching the games. He’s looking at everything and there have been a couple of messages of course, ” said Solskjaer.