Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Says That The Club Has A Clear Plan And It's In The Right Direction

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Solskjaer, speaking ahead of the Tottenham Hotspur match said that the club is in the right direction, and that the plan is slowly moving in the right direction

Written By Devarshi mankad | Mumbai | Updated On:
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that the club has a clear idea of the plans of the club and how he wats to move on with the team. Solskjaer, speaking ahead of the clash against Tottenham Hotspurs, said that the club has a plan and that it's in the right direction.

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The Norwegian said, "We have a plan in place and hopefully we can get the results to speed it up. Sometimes it doesn't go at the speed you want to, but it's still going in the right direction. We do have a clear picture of what we think the squad is going to look like in June and July, and hopefully we'll get as much done as soon as possible. We do have a plan.” 

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He also said that he has full faith in the players and that consistency was needed to get the season back on track. Solskjaer said, "We do have a clear picture of what we think the squad is going to look like in June and July, and hopefully we'll get as much done as soon as possible. We do have a plan.” He went on to add, "We have a situation at the moment that we've had injuries. We have a situation at the moment that we've had injuries".

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Manchester United are currently 10th Premier League table with 18 points from 14 matches, behind the likes of Crystal Palace, Wolves and Spurs, and Sheffield United. The club has won just two of their last five matches and face Spurs on Wednesday evening and will then face defending champions and cross-town Manchester City on Saturday. 

Solskjaer was also asked about the rumours regarding his future at Man Utd, and he said that the rumours about his sacking are "made up, blatant lies".

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(With inputs from agencies)

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