Solskjaer has plan to get rid of Man Utd deadwood – report

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly has a plan to offload all of the deadwood at Manchester United.

Previous managers have tried their best but the same old mediocrity remains.

For instance, taking players such as David de Gea and Paul Pogba out of the squad leaves you with a very average side, so we are distant from a position where we can expect title races or go all the way in Europe.

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United finished sixth in the Premier League last season and lost out on Champions League football as a result. This summer, Solskjaer knows he is playing catch up on the club’s rivals after most of them just finished ahead of the Reds in the league.

The Norwegian coach wants to bring United back to its high standards but it will take time, even if Solskjaer has a slightly quicker plan in mind to get rid of all the deadwood.

According to Manchester Evening News, Solskjaer is planning to conclude the process of offloading the players he doesn’t see fit for purpose by next summer as part of his project to make United the best side in English football again like it was when he played for the club under Sir Alex Ferguson.

This summer we expect more outgoings than incomings. The clear must start now.

Solskjaer must be truthful to his players and let them know exactly what he thinks. He may seem a nice guy in front of cameras, but I’d hate to see him walked all over.

It’s time to get hard!

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