Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar has insisted he ‘loves,’ his players despite his sides dismal recent performances, which has seen the Old Trafford outfit lose seven of their last nine games.
Solskjaer’s side have been on the end of some stinging criticism in recent days, after their humiliating 4-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday, a performance many seasoned Manchester United fans are describing as the worst they have ever seen.
In the aftermath of that sobering defeat at Goodison Park, Solskjaer even admitted he wasn’t sure if all his players actually cared about playing for the 20 times league champions.
However, speaking ahead of tomorrow night’s Manchester Derby at Old Trafford, the Norweigan coach revealed he sees ‘Man Utd DNA,’ in plenty of his players, although he did concede that there will be incomings and outgoings at Old Trafford this summer.
“Now is not the time to talk about making wholesale changes,” Solskjaer told his pre-match press conference.
”City and Liverpool are the only teams to have taken more points than us since I came in.
“I like all these boys. I love them. They are great lads. You can see the Man Utd DNA in many of these players.
“But we have to get players in and some players will have to go out.”
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