Manchester United are preparing to face Roma in the Europa league semis on Thursday. Ole Gunnar's rebuilding process at Old Trafford continues. With notable targets on the horizon for the premier league giants.
However Ole has some quality players in his team he needs to keep them for the long term. Despite rumours of talks going on. Of Manchester United on the move to sign Real Madrid defender Varane.
Still Ole Gunnar has seen it perfect to tie down Eric Bailly. Into a long term contract with Manchester United. The boss talked highly of the Ivorian and expects, him to impress when injury free. Who could go on to outcast Victor and partner with Harry Maguire.
As per Goal.com, " I'm very happy, This decision is something I didn't have to think about. I love this club and I love playing for Manchester United. I'm happy and so are my family, everything is good. A new contract is like a new challenge.
And I'm ready for this, for me it's the dream to be here. Now it's my fifth season and I hope to be here a long time." Concluded the Ivorian to the club's official website. Ole confirmed the news," I am pleased that Eric has signed his new contract.
He possesses fantastic speed, timing of tackle and has that aggression which, of course, you need as a centre- back. He is a popular member of the squad. And we look forward to continuing to work with him going forward." Concluded the Norwegian.
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