Solskjaer confident Man United squad can win over doubters


Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that it is a great feeling of relief when the transfer window closes and is satisfied despite the club completed just three signings.

However, United lost striker Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan and midfielder Ander Herrera to Paris St Germain without recruiting replacements but Solskjaer said the club would only sign players if they improved the squad.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was next through the door later that month, joining for a £50 million ($61m) fee after an impressive 2018-19 campaign at Crystal Palace.

"There are always going to be fans out there wanting to sign players".

"Sky Sports is the home of the Premier League and it's a pleasure for me to join this team and help to understand and explain what happened in each match, " Mourinho said according to UK Sun.

"But within the team and the club, we're feeling very confident and don't feel that negativity you're talking about".

"There is money available when the right players are available".

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At the end of last season, Solskjaer claimed that he would be shipping out the players that different fit the club's philosophy or had a bad attitude.

Jose Mourinho has aimed a sly dig at Luke Shaw by warning Harry Maguire he will need to cover for the Manchester United left-back.

Saha went on to reflect on Lukaku's spell at the Theatre of Dreams, citing a combination of bad luck and low confidence as the main reasons for his premature exit. "We got a good deal and he is happy so both parties ended that deal as it should be", Solskjaer added.

"Rashford has got no excuses to not score over 20 league goals next season", the Frenchman told Bwin .

Solskjaer is aware that United's fans expected him to break the bank after warning that the squad he inherited from Mourinho required a rebuild.

"Football is a huge passion, it means so much to the fans, and I look forward to being part of the Premier League with them until I return to my place on the touchline", he said.