The manager is set to award Paul Pogba after his field display that secured a point at Tottenham. It will be also the first start with midfielder Bruno Fernandes. Pogba hasn’t started since 1-1 draw with Arsenal back in September 2019.
After a complete round 30 of premier league games Manchester united manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s is welcoming Sheffield united on Wednesday 24th June. The match will be played at Old Trafford with the 7th placed Blades who suffered their biggest defeat over the weekend after being thrashed 3-0 by Newcastle.
The Blades will be without their first-choice goalkeeper as the league rules that a player on-loan can’t face the parent club. Before weekend lose, they hadn’t lost an away match for a record 9 league games. Sheffield united will be ready to prove a point and fight for European football.
After a draw with Tottenham Hotspurs the red devils will be hoping to capitalize on the event and continue to cement a place in the European football with a win getting them closer within two points of fourth placed Chelsea. The manager lamented it is hard to face a wounded team and his team is ready for the challenge though it will be tough without fans to motivate his team.
United have good news after midfielder Scott McTominay signed a new 5-year deal to extend his stay at the club to 2025 with an option to extend to another year. Having featured 28 times this season and being a stand out performer the manager placed him saying he has the club’s DNA in him.
He has made a total of 75 appearances and 7 goals since he graduated to first team from the academy in 2017. The coach also supported under fire united goalkeeper by saying “I don’t think it is a bad run when you concede two goals in seven games, which included matches against Man City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Everton
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