Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could not hide his desire to work with teenager Mason Greenwood who recently extended his contract at the club.
Mason Greenwood came to limelight and attracted so much attention during Manchester United’s Europa League clash with Astana.
Since then, Greenwood has found a way to be part of Manchester United’s first team, since Solskjaer’s priority is to work with young players whom he thinks can perform even at the highest heights.
He’s a boy that we really believe is going to be important for us in the future and, to sign him now, is great for us but it must be great for the boy as well, to know that we believe in him and the future is here
told club’s official website.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s stands on working with the group of players in the team haven’t produced the expected results yet, but the manager is still optimistic of better days.
Although, Solskjaer hinted ongoing into the transfer market in January 2020.
Manchester United, currently far adrift of the top half of the Premier League table, but will look towards improving on themselves when they come up against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday.
If Manchester United’s current form is anything to go by, then they may struggle against Liverpool, who has grown to be a stronger opposition against other teams in the Premier League.
Speaking further on Greenwood’s presence at Man united, the Norwegian credits the 18-year old an exceptional goal scorer.
The coach, however, pointed out that, the teenager still has more work to do.
Manchester United face Liverpool at Old Trafford in a must-win Super Sunday clash.