Solskjaer Claimed there are new leaders in Manchester United

The management transition from the era of Jose Mourinho to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was called to bring up 2 new leaders. Manchester United have undergone many changes since being coached by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

 Even Manchester United have not been beaten in 10 matches since being coached by Solskjaer.Hence, the Red Devil players began to rise from adversity.

According to the Danish coach, he still gives senior players the chance to survive. The aim is to pass on their experience to younger players. “If you look at the players, their age is young and they are developing a lot, but we also need some experienced players to stay, step up and become leaders,” Solskjaer said.

 “Paul Pogba, Jesse, they are at an age to take on that responsibility (leadership ) and not only become young players who don’t contribute. So, this is the club, this is the team, yes, of course,” Solskjaer added. Pogba and Lingard are expected to be able to absorb the experience of more senior players.

Furthermore, they are also expected to be able to lead Manchester United. Paul Pogba is indeed one of the mainstays of Manchester United this season. In 29 matches in all competitions, Paul Pogba scored 11 goals and 9 assists. The French midfielder has joined Manchester United since 2016 with transfer value of Euro 105million from Juventus. He originally graduate from United’s academy before signing a four-year deal with the Italian club. His efforts also won him the Golden Boy award in 2013 for the best under-21 player in Europe, the under-20 World Cup with France and the Golden Ball for the tournament’s star player.

Meanwhile Jesse Lingard appeared in 26 matches. The 26-year-old player appeared as an attacking midfielder or a winger with a score of 5 goals and 3 assists. The Warrington lad is an academy graduate and is known for his brilliant goal celebrations, including the dab and Milly Rock dance. In May 2018, he was named in the 23-man England squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. After that, Lingard scored his first ever World Cup goal in a 6–1 victory over Panama during their second group stage match.

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