Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed what could happen for the club next season as they will be looking to win the premier league title for the first time since 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson was the club manager.
According to the Norwegian tactician, United losing Brazilian midfielder, Fred could be the worst moment for the Old Trafford side next season. Ole says he wishes Fred to remain fit the whole season and be consistent with his performance after years of struggling at the club.
Ole has heaped praises to Fred for his attitude for the team revealing how the Brazilian star played the Europa League final in pain and he had also not trained for a week. Solskjaer has singled out Fred as one who will help the team in the midfield alongside Paul Pogba and Scotty MacTominay in pivotal roles.Fred had a season to remember after making 48 appearances last season and helping Brazil to cruise to the finals of Copa America. United fans were happy after seeing Fred being preferred to Liverpool star Fabinho in Brazil's midfield.
Hopes are high that he will carry the same performance to the next season as Solskjaer said and ours is to wait for the new campaign.
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