Gary Neville assesses there is one thing that must be done by Manchester United if you want to be successful with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, which is in full support. Both financially and other resources.
Solskjaer just got a permanent contract from United. The 46-year-old man will be at Old Trafford in capacity as manager for the next three seasons.
Giving a permanent contract is of course not separated from the slick achievements achieved by Solskjaer. He was previously appointed as interim manager, replacing Jose Mourinho who was sacked in December 2018.
Gary Neville asked Manchester United to fulfill every need for Solskjaer in terms of purchasing players. Neville wanted Solskjaer to get a large amount of funds, as United had given the previous managers.
With United, Solskjaer has already passed one transfer market in January 2019. However, the Norwegian manager did not buy a single player. And, Neville wants to have money squandered by Solskjaer next summer.
“The amount of money spent by United must be large, but over the past few years, the club has never failed and has always fully supported the manager,” Neville was quoted as saying on Sky Sports.
“I don’t think that the club will fail financially, they will waste money. Players have played well in recent months with Solskjaer, but they are Mourinho’s [choice] players,” he added.