Solskjaer Names The Manchester United Player Who Is Currently Undroppable

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Since the change in management, Manchester United have also seen a drastic change in their fortunes, both on the pitch as well as inside the dressing room.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not only made the team play attractive attacking football, but his man-management skills have successfully improved a majority of the players on an individual basis.

While Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, and Victor Lindelof have been the stand-out performers under the Norwegian, one player who has silently done his job quite impressively is none other than Ander Herrera.

Such have been the performances of the Spaniard, that Solskjaer himself has admitted that the 29-year-old is currently undroppable from the starting lineup.

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Speaking after the 2-0 win over Chelsea, wherein Herrera was once again brilliant, Ole admitted: “His energy and tenaciousness is vital for us. And that’s why he plays, more or less, every single game.

“He has loads of energy, he can cover the right hand side, he runs forward. Tonight you can’t just praise one, it’s 11 players, plus the subs, but Ander has done fantastic.”


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If his performance on the pitch wasn’t enough, Herrera also pleased the Manchester United supporters during his post-match interview, wherein he focused on the impact made by the substitutes rather than his own performance.

“When you play with these kind of players you can make that run you know you’re going to get the ball,” said the Spanish international.

“But I would also like to speak about Alexis (Sanchez), Andreas (Pereira) and Scott (McTominay) the way they came into the game. And a world-class player like Alexis. The way he fought, this is Manchester United and it is what you want.”