Manchester United Raphael Varane has expressed his disappointments on the club performance as he proves Solskjaer's claims on how to improve true.
Varane says he can do better to improve the team performance and himself as a player. He reveals that the club will depend on his mentality for the better results.
The French stars admits that United needs to be consistent for them to be in a good shape to win the Premier League title this season.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was proved right by his defender as he stated earlier that United needs to improve as soon as possible to be on the title race. Solskjaer believes his side is in a good shape to play in the Premier League and Champions League, and leave a big impact in the two great competitions.
Manchester United have been sloppy in the recent games something which has angered the club supporters who want the Norwegian boss sacked.
Ours is to wait and see what happens as the season progresses. Thanks for reading this content.
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