Manager Mikel Arteta last season while giving his verdict in this season's premier league campaign seemed to have given United advice which has benefited manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he fights hard to win this season's premier league crown.
Arteta said for any club to compete for top positions in the Premier League, they need to agree in ambitions and set up a project by spending big in the transfer market. Arteta was much concerned about how Arsenal could have reacted on the transfer market.
However, Manchester United are the ones who rushed to the transfer window and did the way Arteta said. The Manchester club signed Raphael Varane, Christiano Ronaldo, and Jadon Sancho. This was one of the big signings last summer as United vowed to win the Premier League trophy.
Manchester United, however, is struggling in the Premier League which has built much pressure on Solskjaer as fans demand better results. Ours is to wait and see how the boss will bounce back and give out the results the club wants.
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