It is no longer news that English Premier League outfit Manchester United are seeking to rebuild their team ahead of the coming season.
The Red Devils suffered a very disappointing last season and they are set to make it up by having a massive clear out of the team to bring in new faces when the summer transfer window is finally opened.
However, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been warned about the intended massive clear-out by Michael Owen with claims that the rebuilding process will take a while before it is completed.
He, therefore, backs the former Red Devils striker to handle the team and record success within the time he would be staying at the Old Trafford.
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Michael Owen said he expects manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to work more with a youthful team as that will be the bedrock of rebuilding Man United.
Michael Owen lays emphasis on having about 5 players coming into the first team from the Youth Academy noting that there are lots of talents in the young team.
Howbeit, the clear-out has already begun with Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young, Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia expected to leave the Old Trafford in this summer transfer window while new faces are expected in the coming season.