Manchester united manager have listed the players he want Glazers to get for him during the summer transfer window.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have really changed the playing style and the mentality of United players, as watching Manchester united playing have been interesting to watch since he became the head coach.
The United boss have listed Erling Haaland, Rapheal Varane and Jack Grealish, as the three players he wants the club owners to get for him in the transfer window.
According to Mirror (via Express) reports, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has determine to strengthen his squad with the aim to challenge for the premier league title next season.
The Red Devils have really improve in recent games and they are second position in the premier league table presently, with 10 points difference between Manchester city who are at the top of the table.
Jack Grealish have decided to leave his current club, Aston Villa, and his likely moving to Old Trafford or any other club who will be seeking for his services.
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