Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘slashes’ at Manchester United. The reason is that he urged the club to sign a striker he did, but the club turned a blind eye to it. Who is that striker?
Britain’s ‘The Athletic’ reported in detail the process of Solskjaer’s anger.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became Manchester United’s acting manager in 2018 and became official manager in 2019. Previously, Solskjaer was manager of Molde FK in Norway.
It was in 2018 that Solskjaer asked the club to sign a striker. He was an 18-year-old tall striker. Solskjaer worked with the striker at Molde and knew his strengths and weaknesses all too well. He was also from the same Norway. His price was only 4 million pounds (6.6 billion won).스포츠토토
But Manchester United ignored Solskjaer’s advice. Eventually, the striker, who was shunned by Manchester United, moved to Salzburg, Austria in 2019.
Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “I was convinced that the striker was the player United needed. He was a very talented striker, but the United leadership didn’t listen to me. They ignored the £4m request. In the end, he was let go. Where is he now? Do you know?” He couldn’t hide his anger.
Solskjaer went on to say of the Glazers: “Their way of doing things is very wrong. Manchester United must have a new owner soon. They ignored Old Trafford. With the Glazers, United have no choice but to fall behind their rivals.” Emphasized.
The 18-year-old tall striker Solskjaer desperately requested to sign in 2018. what are you doing now He joined Salzburg, then Germany’s Dortmund in 2020, and Manchester United’s local rivals Manchester City in 2022.
In his debut season wearing the Manchester City uniform, he set a new record for the most individual goals (36 goals) in a single season in the English Premier League (EPL), and Man City is challenging the ‘Treble’ as well as winning the league.
He was Elling Holland.