The Changes Solskjaer Has Asked Ed Woodward To Make At Manchester United

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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could possibly stay beyond the summer. The club legend has come in and changed the Red Devils’ fortunes and performances since replacing Jose Mourinho back in December.

Ole has secured 12 wins from 15 matches in just over two months in charge, but his importance is slowly coming to fruition beyond the playing field as well. He has already filmed a promo urging the club’s supporters to renew their season tickets.

The Norwegian is also in constant touch with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, and has been in discussions regarding which players need to come and go in the summer.

The Mancunians were believed to have identified Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino as the next permanent boss, but Ole has altered the thought process entirely.

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Solskjaer has already appeared in a commercial for the club’s new partner, besides having participated in an Adidas photo shoot for the club’s new kit next season.

The Norwegian has also revealed that he has informed Ed Woodward which changes he feels United need to make in terms of personnel.

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When asked about whether he had discussed potential incomings and outgoings, Solskjaer replied: “Yes I have. We’ve been discussing the future of the club. We did that before I had won two or three games and all this talk about if I should stay or not.”

He also added that his future will be decoded at the end of the season: “Everyone knows you’d like to stay, of course, but that’s not decided until the end of the season.”

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