Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told the truth about the Old Trafford side fight for a trophy this season.
According to former Manchester United star Garry Neville United will not win a trophy this term as fans are expecting.
Neville says despite Manchester United having quality squad of competing for trophies and winning games, they aren't playing well which has made him have a negative feeling about the Red Devils as far as title race is concerned.
The Old Trafford side will continue to struggle if Ole won't wake up and do the necessary as the club manager. Ole is being slammed of being friendly to players even when they do mistakes on the pitch.
Manchester United have dropped five points in the premier league so far which has put more pressure on the Norwegian boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whom fans wants him to leave Old Trafford.
Solskjaer will need to win against Villarreal this Wednesday in the Champions League clash after a poor start in the tournament. Ours is to wait and see if the Reds will get three points in this clash.
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