Man United chief executive Ed Woodward will allow Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decide on the future of his squad players, this is according to reports.
Following the shambolic display of the Red Devils this season, boss Solskjaer has decided on overhauling the team, which will involve the sale of some high profile players.
The Norwegian inherited a squad from the former coaches of Man United but despite having a blistering start to his career at the club, the players appear to have let him down and some are not suited to his idealogy.
Solskjaer is bent on bringing back the glory days for United but he may not be able to do so if he doesn’t add to this squad and drop other players.
We saw Daley Blind and Sam Johnstone moved on last summer while Michael Carrick called time on his career.
Solksjaer desires to add at least three world class players to his squad and this would likely see him sanction the sale of some players.
According to the Evening Standard , the 46-year-old Gaffer has laid bare his transfer plans.
“If you want to play at this club, it has to mean more.
“I want my team to be the hardest working team in the league, that is what we were under Sir Alex, that’s what we’ve always been.
“No matter how much talent you have got, you run more than anyone. We know our fitness is nowhere near good enough.
“But we have to stick together as a team. You can’t change your whole squad. One step at a time.
“I am going to be successful here and there are players who won’t be part of that successful team but many of these do have it.”