Solskjaer shames critics, says he is backed by United chiefs

A lot has been said about the slow transfer activities of Man United as they have been able to seal just one deal this summer transfer window.

It is disturbing to learn that the Red Devils have only signed Donny van de Beek from Ajax so far with just few days left to the end of the summer transfer window.

Manager Ole Gunnar’s former teammates and pundits now hold the opinion that the Red Devils boss is not being backed by the club chiefs in the market and that is why he is not being able to do enough summer deals.

The long list of Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Daren Fletcher, and Patrice Evra, have all spoken, expressing their frustration over the lack of deals to help equip the team for the season’s challenge.

Surprisingly, they have all be told not to bother with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisting that he is being backed by the club to do some business. He added that he is not concerned about the criticisms.

However, Man United are tipped to still make some signings but let it be noted that they have struggled to win the signature of most of their targets.

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