Solskjaer Reveals The Worst Transfer He Has Experienced in His Football Career
By ERisingokingpin | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2854 views
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has shown his strength when it comes to transfers where is one who always want to keep his players and when possible add a new quality to his squad.
According to the Mirror, Solskjaer believes every player under him is great and may help him in the future.
The Reds Devils thus have revealed the worst transfer he has experienced in his football career.
According to Solskjaer, the transfer of Ireland international Johny Evans was the worst for him and blames Louis van Gaal for that shocking transfer which he says even Alex Ferguson was surprised to see Evans leave for West Brom.
Solskjaer says Evans, now Leicester city man was supposed to be still in Manchester United as he thinks he has a feeling for the club the same way the club has for him.
Leicester City will encounter Manchester United on Sunday in the FA Cup quarter-finals a game which Solskjaer admits will be a difficult one as he looks to make it to the semifinals and if possible finals.
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