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Paul Scholes wants Manchester United to stick with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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Paul Scholes has advised his former team Manchester United to keep patience with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and give him some time before they make any decision about his future at the club.

He is of the opinion that Ole must be given at least four transfer windows to build a team that he wants at the Old Trafford.

While talking to Sky Sports, Scholes said:

They’ve had three managers now before Ole’s come in and they’ve got to stick with someone, they have to.

They have to give him the time, three or four transfer windows I think they need.

About two or three weeks ago they were playing really well, playing good football and you think ‘Maybe they’re not too far away’.

And then they have a spell again, a couple of injuries, a couple of big injuries and you’re thinking again ‘They need three or four transfer windows’.

Hopefully Ole’s the man to get the time and money to spend.

They need to improve, players. Fred, [Andreas] Pereira, it’s their chance now to shine, they haven’t quite done that.

The top four teams look a lot better than United do at the minute. Don’t get me wrong, United can go on a run.

It doesn’t take too long for it to all change around, especially over the Christmas period where there’s a lot of games.

That’s the time when you need to start picking up some points and climbing up the table, and the sooner they do that the better.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future at Manchester United has been under some serious speculations after a dismal start of the season by the Red Devils, and a close draw against Aston Villa didn’t help the cause either.

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