Manchester United players unhappy with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, including two summer signings

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Manchester United players are reportedly growing increasingly unhappy with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to latest reports.

The Red Devils are in a poor run of form at the moment, having recently been beaten by Young Boys in the Champions League, West Ham in the Carabao Cup, and Aston Villa in the Premier League, before a draw at home to Everton at the weekend.

After spending so much money, it’s not too surprising that the pressure now seems to be growing on Solskjaer, with the Telegraph reporting that the Norwegian tactician has a number of issues, including unhappy players.

Apparently as many as five players are not pleased with how Solskjaer is running things, including, most worryingly, two of the club’s big summer signings in Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho.

Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Manchester United this summer
Jadon Sancho doesn’t seem to have settled at Man Utd

Sancho has looked particularly off the boil at Old Trafford so far, and it wouldn’t be surprising if he was struggling to adjust to Solskjaer’s tactics, as he’s often looked a bit lost and out of place.

Ronaldo, meanwhile, surely has very high standards after all the success he had at United in his first spell with the club, as well as in his legendary career at Real Madrid.

The Portugal international will have worked under some of the very finest managers in the game, and it’s looking increasingly hard to argue that Solskjaer will ever really be up there in that bracket.

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  1. Sancho, you are not happy? WHO ARE YOU? You have achieved NOTHING? Prove yourself FIRST? I’ve seen you on TV, you are nothing special, AT ALL.

    1. Do you not watch other leagues besides EPL? Sancho has been brilliant in Germany for some time now and seeing him being used poorly by a glorified gym teacher really shows that Ole is out of his depth. Even after one of the best trasfer windows for a club in the whole of Europe he continues to be a mediocre manager.

      If Ole keeps on giving Sancho substitute appearances and keeps on playing him in unfavorable positions/systems then no shit you’re not going to see the fullest of Sancho.

  2. Sancho may not have proved himself at United, or on the national stage, but Solskjaer is not allowing him the chance to prove himself. The same can be said for Van De Beek. On the flip side, Solskjaer has not proven himself as a manager!
    When the McFred system is not working (and has not for a couple of years), why not give Van De Beek a chance? He can not do worse!
    Lindelof is poor (and has been for a number of years), and yet he is deemed the number three central defender! Bailly needs a chance, whilst Maguire is injured. If he fails, then both Bailly and Lindelof need to be sold. Maguire is having a bad season, hopefully the rest he will get whilst injured will allow him to re focus.

  3. fred , lindelof need to be on the bench. sancho against everton his performing well,bring beek,bai,telles in

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