Solskjaer ‘unhappy’ with Man Utd hierarchy for transfer failure

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Solskjaer ‘unhappy’ with Man Utd hierarchy for transfer failure

Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ‘privately unhappy’ with the club’s hierarchy for not signing a midfielder in the summer transfer window, according to reports.

brought back Cristiano Ronaldo, whilst also buying Raphael Varane and long-term target Jadon Sancho.

This was not enough for Solskjaer, however, who also wanted to recruit a new central midfielder in the summer.



, who understand the Norwegian manager is ‘privately unhappy’ with his superiors.

Solskjaer has often opted for a Scott McTominay and Fred pivot in midfield, whilst also having Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, and Donny van de Beek at his disposal.

In a bid to find a winning formula in midfield, OGS has used seven different midfield partnerships this term.

Pogba and Matic started together for the Old Trafford club against Leicester City at the weekend as they suffered a 4-2 defeat.

French teenager Eduardo Camavinga was a reported target for the Premier League giants in the summer, but the player signed for Real Madrid.

Man Utd have been primarily linked with Leeds United man Kalvin Phillips and West Ham’s Declan Rice, however.

Phillips is likely to extend his Leeds contract, plus the prospect of .

Rice, on the other hand, is a more realistic option. The Hammers would likely want around £100million for the 22-year-old, which could be a stumbling block for the Red Devils.

Furthermore, Garth Crooks believes it is “only a matter of time” before Rice moves to a club for Champions League football.

He said on his BBC Sport column: “If ever there was a player to take over the captaincy of West Ham from Mark Noble then Declan Rice was that player. He gets better with every game.

“He seems to cover more ground than anyone in his team and you can guarantee 100% effort every week. No doubt that’s precisely what David Moyes and England manager Gareth Southgate think of him. Rice showed all of those redeeming qualities against Everton.

“West Ham fans won’t like me for saying this but how long can the East London club hold onto him? This lad should be playing Champions League football. It’s only a matter of time.”

 

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Arsenal, Leicester City ‘monitoring’ PL winger following resurgence

Arsenal and Leicester City are both “monitoring” in-form Southampton winger Mohamed Elyounoussi, according to reports.

. Later that year, Southampton signed him for a fee of around £16m.

The attacker failed to score from his 19 outings for the Saints in his debut season. This led to him spending two years on loan at Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.



The 27-year-old scored 17 times for Celtic last term before he returned to Southampton this summer.

Elyounoussi has four goals and two assists for the Saints this season. In August, he scored a hat-trick and he grabbed two assists as his side beat Newport County 8-0 in the Carabao Cup second round.

The winger featured for Norway during the international break. He scored a brace against Montenegro last week as his side won 2-0.

The are reporting that Arsenal and Leicester are both “monitoring” Elyounoussi. His current deal at Southampton expires in 2023.

“I think when you get that comparison you need to accept straight away that if you don’t win three or four Premier League titles, you will always be worse than the previous one,” Arteta said.

“They have already done it and you have just started. So for three or four years prepare yourself that you’re not going to be as good with every comparison.

“It’s impossible to achieve it in three weeks, so just focus on what you are as a player, what you are asked by your manager to do, be yourself and don’t try to be anyone else.”

When asked if Arsenal have a problem moving on from “heroes” such as Vieira, Arteta replied: “It is because normally they become heroes when they are successful and when you win football games and trophies.

“To do that, obviously you don’t just need an individual you need a squad and in this context probably, (right now) is the best-ever generation in Premier League history – to become champions of this league, the top points that they used to have, today it wouldn’t be enough even today to win the Premier League.

“So that’s very significant as well but that has to be the aim. The club has done it in the past and we are looking to do it again.”

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