Published: Wed, May 08, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Fallen Man United face huge rebuild after Champions League failure

Fallen Man United face huge rebuild after Champions League failure

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly made a decision to sell Anthony Martial, potentially sparking an uproar amongst the club's supporters. Sportsmail revealed that Solskjaer tore into Martial after United's draw with Chelsea nine days ago after the Frenchman barely joined in the pre-match warm-up when he was named as a substitute.

Ole Gunner Solskjaer's men will be playing in the Europa League next season after they failed to beat Huddersfield in the Premier League fixture on Sunday.

"We didn't perform to the required level, and though we are all disappointed not to be in the Champions League next season. The table seldom lies at the end", admitted Solskjaer as he came to terms with a run of two wins from 11 games that have sucked the enthusiasm from his first few months as a caretaker manager.

Sanchez's time at Manchester United has been a disaster since joining from Arsenal in January 2018. At the time, members of the Madrid board thought United had fallen into the trap of his agent, Mino Raiola, whom they suspected managed to inflate the price of his client by putting United through an imaginary "auction".

"They should have had a whisper in the ear and said "the job's yours but don't let the players know" because they just down tools again. I think what they should do to start with is shift the people that are in charge of the club back to the business side of club and back down to London", Neville told Sky Sports.

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"The idea that this United team is better that it suggests - it's not".

"It would be nice if the club got an experienced sporting director and recruit team to help him".

Both City and Liverpool are reaping the rewards of long-term planning off the field put in place the right structures for the football to flourish.

"From that point then, you might then get into the top four or finish fourth and third".

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