He was left out of the club's Champions League squad and is yet to feature for the Old Lady in Serie A in 2019/20, as they look to find him a new club. "He played a couple of games, maybe played through the pain barrier", Solskjaer told Sky Sports. We're refining our targets, but just before the summer transfer window ended, the ready-made players weren't there.
"We're planning and we're looking".
"I am 100% sure from my time here that the structure is right because it's always the manager that has the final say".
"I know people have said stuff about our recruitment but it's nearly like an insult to the recruitment office, the scouts and us as professionals - me and (assistant manager) Mick (Phelan), the staff".
'But I also like to be united and work together - I'm full of confidence to help Liverpool on the pitch and from the bench when the manager decides that Alisson plays'.
"The resources are there if the right players are available". "It's then up to the scouts and whether the players are available before the negotiations".
"That's the only way you've got to look at it".
"We saw a team playing fast, fluid football, with a clear representation of the style and philosophy the manager wants".
He added: "We've expanded our recruitment department in recent years and we believe this now runs in an efficient and productive way".
He said: "Of course, all the talks I've had with the owners, with Ed Woodward and the club have been about me having a three-year contract".
"In the ever expanding universe of football support that now incorporates the madness of social media it is very hard to know where United fans position themselves, so it is reassuring to see that bile absent from games", said Barney Chilton, editor of the popular United fanzine, Red News, and a long-standing matchgoer. The club is always going to be bouncing back.