Published: Sat, January 19, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Man Utd boss Solskjaer ready to move out of Lowry Hotel

Man Utd boss Solskjaer ready to move out of Lowry Hotel

Next in line is 17-year-old striker Mason Greenwood, who has scored 24 goals in just 20 games for United's youth teams this season.

"And that's sad because there are X-factors in different players and we all know Felli's X-factor".

"I've always come back strong, I've always been able to get back at certain levels but in years from now, I just want to say that I'm happy".

It was a nip-and-tuck affair the last time Brighton and Hove Albion visited Old Trafford in the Premier League 15 months ago, a game that, in Ashley Young's opinion, swung on one moment in the 55th minute. A player loves to play football, it doesn't matter who you are, and he's been hindered by injury.

"You've just got to tip your hat off to him and his coaching staff that have done just an awesome job".

The Scotland worldwide broke into the first team under Jose Mourinho a year ago but he's been starved of regular playing time this season.

"Scott is working hard", Solskjaer said. His attitude has been fantastic and I'm looking forward to seeing him. "I've got loads of good players to choose from".

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Those players are now performing at the kind of levels expected of them, helping Solskjaer start life at the helm with a record-breaking six wins in all competitions.

"I'd say to Ole: be careful what you talk about in public or even in private, because it is absolutely the case that when the Glazers were negotiating Ferguson's retirement in 2013 that they did so on the basis that they wanted more influence in the football department and football operations because Ferguson, as we all know, was king of all that was surveyed at Old Trafford and beyond".

"Confidence is one thing, complacency is the other side of it, that you think it's going to be easy".

"I want to coach, I am too young [to stop]", he said. "I belong to top-level football and (that) is where I am going to be".

"It's a part of me and I want to keep fighting and keep doing what I have to do in order to be where I want to be".

"I'm still in the hotel but I've found a place, so I won't be too long. I've been driving around a bit and finding my bearings, I've met mates so it's not like I'm on my own". There's no one scoring as many goals as him in training so I have the three that have played the most but then you have got Rom, you've got Juan [Mata], you've got Alexis, so I've got a front six there that I can rotate with.

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