Man United has always maintained their 4-2-3-1 since Ole Solskjaer took over and it’s unlikely there would be any change anytime soon
Ole Solskjaer held a press conference today ahead of Man United’s match against Everton tomorrow as he also provided injury updates.
United cruised past Villarreal during the week after Ronaldo provided a sensational last minute goal to help the Red Devils to a superb victory.
Although the victory is already looking like to be the point of turn around for the Manchester based side but many fans have doubted the efficiency of Ole’s current tactics.
According to rumors making around, it’s said that Ronaldo has already suggested to the Norwegian that the team needs to move the ball quicker so as to cause more harm to the enemies.
But following Solskjaer’s reply to this rumor as he was quizzed on it today, it appears such has never happened.
“Wow,” Ole reacts as he laughed at the question of what he said to Ronaldo when advised to move the ball quicker.
He continued, “What? Can you answer to that? What we speak about, that’s between us. We’ve not had that discussion, to put it that way.”
Solskjaer went on to discuss on the injury issues with Marcus Rashford confirmed to be back in the trainings fully today.
“We’ve got to make a decision on him,” Solskjaer added. “Marcus [Rashford] trained fully for the first time today with contact. There were a few tackles flying in on him and he seemed okay, which was nice to see.”
“Marcus [Rashford] is fit, he’s worked really hard, but he’s not had any contact [until now]. If his shoulder can take the contact now, he should be ready after the internationals.”