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Ole Makes Massive Decision By Shortlisting As Many As FOURTEEN Players To Be Sold Including Sanchez, Lukaku and More Deemed Surplus To His Requirements

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According to recent reports in the reliable sports outlets, Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to clear out the deadwood from the club. Also, Norweigan has set the deadline for the board to sell the deadwood.

The Story

Manchester United failed to secure the Champions League spot with their dismal performances in the month of April and May. After a string of poor performances, the club is set for a major overhaul in the summer. Also, the manager has set a 12-month deadline for the board to sell the surplus players.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has drawn a scheme of things for the club. He has clearly chalked out about the players who are required for the club. Also, a red-line is drawn for those players who are not performing their best for the team. According to reports in the Sun, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to ship out as many as 14 players from Old Trafford. Also, the manager wants a transfer panel instead of the director of football at Old Trafford.

Antonio Valencia and Ander Herrera have already left the club. Argentine Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian are expected to follow the footsteps of previous Manchester United captain. The board is all set to hear the offers from clubs for Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.

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Moreover, Manchester United is all set to release the youth academy players including the likes of James Wilson and Regan Poole. Even though James Wilson had a good loan spell at Aberdeen, the club is willing to let the player go. Also, the club is happy to sell Timothy Fosu Mensah and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson.

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Conclusion

It is embarrassing that a club like Manchester United has failed consistently to put a fight in the Premier League in recent years. Also, it has failed to get a Champions League qualification for 2019-20. Now it is in the hands of the board and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to take the club back to their glory days.


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Varun Aithal
A hardcore Manchester United who started supporting Red Devils post-Fergie era. Hoping someday, some year, Manchester United will find a way back to its glory days. "Engineer by profession, Manuncian by passion"

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