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Man Utd: Solskjaer Confirms Plans for Sancho, McTominay Could Play Today, Ronaldo's Team Influence

Scott McTominay

According to reliable sources, Scott Mc Tominay is fast recovering from his injury as he was recently spotted tagging along with Manchester United players who went to London for today’s clash against West Ham United. McTominay underwent a groin surgery three weeks ago and the medical team has been keeping a close eye on him as they monitor his recovery.

It has not been officially confirmed whether he is fit to play but the possibility of him playing today cannot be ruled out. McTominay is yet to make a Premier League appearance this season because of technical issues and injuries but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is fancying the prospects of playing him very soon.

Jadon Sancho

Jadon Sancho is yet to make a lasting impact in the Manchester United squad but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful that he will eventually conjure something that will trigger his form. Solskjaer said that Sancho is a young player who has a lot of potential and time to show the world what he can do.

Solskjaer also made a surprising statement that Sancho is considered a generational asset by the board because the team plans to keep him for 15 or more years. Solskjaer is improvising ways to ensure that Sancho gets maximum playing but apparently, fans are starting to lose faith in the young attacker.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently said that Cristiano Ronaldo’s impressive form should be attributed to his hard work and unwavering consistency. Solskjaer said that Ronaldo has been a positive influence in the club and he would want nothing more than the best for him and the team going forward. He finished by saying that with Ronaldo’s diminutive presence in the team, he is sure that Manchester United will go places this season and beyond.

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