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Ole Gunnar Explains Why He Won't Buy A Star Player

Solskjaer :- Man Utd Don't Need to Buy Superstars
Caretaker and interim coach of Manchester United "Ole Gunnar Solskjaer" has made it clear that his side don't need to buy "superstars" to contend for a title.

Ole Solskjaer who took over from Mourinho in December, talks about Jose Mourinho's topic, "when the pourtugesse coach complained publically about his side's lack of investment in the transfer market."

The Norweigan international coach has since led United to a reversal of fortune, winning nine of his 10 games since taking the task of being a coach.
Thus, his wins has been Bringing out better form from the likes of Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford
“I think it is about who we’ve got here as well.
"If every single player can improve by one or two per cent… it is not about X amount of players.

“It has to be the right one, and one who fits.
The personality has to fit with the team, it is not just [about] buying a superstar and that will fix things and suddenly we go from challenging [for] the top four to being champions.”

“The club and the team can say yes,” the 45-year-old said.

“If you look at the players, the age of them, they’re young and they’ve got plenty of development in them.
But we also need some experienced players to stay and step up and really become the leaders.

“Paul now is [25], Jesse [26]… they’re at that age where we expect them to take that responsibility and not just be a young boy that floats around.
So this club, this team, yes definitely [we can compete for everything].”

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