The coronavirus may have stopped football for a prolonged period, but it certainly hasn't stopped the transfer rumours flying around - even as fast as the virus itself. One club at the center of it all is indeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United.
The Norwegian is currently undergoing a revolution at
Paul Pogba is reportedly eager to stay at Manchester United, in the latest turn of events surrounding his uncertain future.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the Frenchman sees his long term future at United and even plans to extend his current deal. He currently has two years remaining
It’s no secret to anyone who has observed Premier League football that the executive vice-chairman of Manchester United, Ed Woodward, has been responsible for one of the most calamitous periods in the club’s history.
Manchester United are on their fourth full-time manager in Ole Gunner Solskjaer since Ferguson's retirement and Ed
In October 2004, Arsenal were on an unbeaten run of 49 games and in excellent attacking form. The next game up was Manchester United at Old Trafford in what promised to be a classic game of football that would act as an advertisement for the quality of the Premier League.
What it became
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic was considered a dead man walking just a few months ago. The Serbian had fallen down the pecking order, with Fred and Scott McTominay establishing themselves in Solskjaer's midfield and was deemed surplus to requirements.
How quickly things change in football, with the former Chelsea man
One imagines that when Manchester United Manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets annoyed with a performance, the style in which he addresses his players at half time is like having your ears gently cleansed with a wet and warm chamois leather. He appears far too nice to engage in the Ferguson
Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira have become victims of everything that's wrong with Manchester United this season. Both their stats so far this campaign points to a significant lack of quality within the United squad and their respective futures at Old Trafford are simply hanging by a thread.
Between the two
On a night where United picked up a much needed victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, a significant stamp in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pursuit of the top four was in fact marred by the ongoing rift surrounding the injured Paul Pogba, his agent Mino Raiola and the Manchester United manager.
When the good times roll in football, it’s fairly usual to think that they will last forever. When the club in question is Man United, success is almost an entitlement and even significant changes to the operational structure is simply seen as a mild inconvenience.
When Alex Ferguson was drafted in
All season long, we've had complaints about the use of VAR in the English Premier League. Fans aren't happy. Players aren't happy. Managers aren't happy. Even the pundits in their TV studios aren't happy. It's like everyone involved in football has unified behind a single cause, and the cause is