Former Man United manager Alex Ferguson is reported to be delighted with the happenings at the Old Trafford in recent times, under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
A source told the Mirror that Ferguson, who won 13 EPL titles as Man United boss is still in contact with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and is pleased to learn that all is moving fine.
According to the source, Ferguson is impressed to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer manage the club even in difficult time which has helped to bring in stability.
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Particularly, Ferguson is happy with two youngsters, Mc Tominay and Mason Greenwood for their progress and the impact they have made on the team.
The restart of the season has been a revelation of talents at the Old Trafford with a number of young players doing the club proud with impressive performances.
Mason Greenwood has been mentioned the most for his impact in the team since his discovery of the fine form.
The development at the Old Trafford has given the Red Devils the hope of having a Champions League football as their chances are becoming brighter by each game.
They are yet to lose any game since the restart. If that continues, it will mean a lot to their bid for Champions League next season.