Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had a conversation with the Glazers and the Norwegian claims that the owners understand the fact that the team needs to rebuild after the disappointing season.
The Red Devils played their final Premier League game of the season at home to an already relegated Cardiff on Sunday, and guess what? The players performed exactly as the fans expected them to, which is such a sad thing to say, but that’s where we are as a club right now!
After the game, the Gaffer was inquired if he’s had a chat with the Glazers and here’s what he said:
“I’ve had loads of conversations and they’ve been up front and honest – we know where we are,” he said.
“The end of the season makes it clearer than when we had that great run of form.
“We played some great football at times, and towards the end we’ve seen that exceptional efficiency we had didn’t last and they know we’re in for a rebuild.”
Ole also admitted that Man United have been very poor this season and we need to regroup, work hard and come back stronger for the next season:
“We’ve been poor.
“We’ve hit a brick wall towards the end of the season. It’s very disappointing, and a big plus is that the season is over.
“We are too far behind where we want to be.
“We’re five or six [points] behind third, fourth and fifth, and that’s who we need to challenge next year.”
Do you think Ole is the right choice to take us back to our Glory days?