Manchester United are set to release four players in January due to lack of first-team opportunities in Solskjaer’s team.
Though the Red Devils haven’t been doing fine so far this season, Solskjaer is reportedly set to let go of four to five players who have failed to impress him this season.
Nonetheless, this decision won’t have any negative impact on Solskjaer’s team because the players are playing in the youth team.
In an interview with the club’s official website, the academy player performance manager Les Parry revealed that the list of players who could be sent on a loan deal will include four or more players.
“… we’ve identified four or five who might be going out in January. Obviously, our first-team manager has a say,”
“Three lads could have possibly gone on loan – Angel Gomes, Tahith Chong and James Garner – but he (Solskjaer) wanted to keep them here and have a look at them on tour.” he said.
Meanwhile, James Greenwood who was United’s saving grace during Martial and Rashford’s time in the recuperating room will remain at Old Trafford as he’s seen as one of the best attackers in the team.