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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer receives transfer help from former teammates

Timothy Aiyeku

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The English Premier League outfit Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar solskjaer has not been left alone in the decision to rebuild the team ahead of the coming season.

Rebuilding Manchester United after a very disappointing season involves doing away with a number of players and most importantly, bringing in new players in this coming summer transfer window.

However, ole Gunnar solskjaer was advised by former teammate Darren Fletcher to move in for the signature of Stoke City Defender Nathan Collins and it is reported that he is already working towards that with a bid set to be submitted.

And the Norwegian boss has also been urged to sign Swansea star Daniel James by another teammate Ryan Giggs after it has been revealed that the player will only cost £15 million.

Both players suggested by the former Manchester United players are known to have big qualities, having impressed in the just-concluded season.

They have both been tipped to be able to play at a big level and continue their development if they are eventually signed as Man United players.

Meanwhile, manager Ole Gunnar solskjaer will have his attention on the defence after experiencing all of the errors which halted their qualification to the Champions League.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.