In a report by The Express, Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told to move in for the signature of Leeds United player Marcelo Bielsa to help his team from struggling this season.
This is coming after the Red Devils suffered an embarrassing 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace in their opening game of the season. There have been calls by pundits to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to change his approach and bring in quality players before it gets late.
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Tony Cascarino in his analysis says no player in Man United is ready to take risks that will help win the game, noting that they need a player like Marcelo Bielsa who has shown he can do it over again with Leeds United.
When speaking on talkSport, Tony Cascarino stated that he expected the Red Devils boss to bring in new legs early enough in their game against Crystal Palace but that did not happen because there was a need to bring in a player that will do something different.
He noted that the Red Devils do exactly the opposite of what Leeds United do and think they can have a chance by bringing in Marcelo Bielsa to the team this summer transfer window.