Interim Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reveal he has discussed with club boss about which transfer decisions he thinks should be made this summer
The Manchester United head coach has said that he has had words with United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward about which player should remain at Old Trafford and leave in the summer.
The former Manchester United goal machine has been settling comfortably well at his former club side after having been handed the job following the departure of Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho in December.
Ole has rightly been praised for the great impact he has had at Old Trafford and the Premier League side have greatly enjoyed a major upturn in fortune and form in recent weeks.
The Red Devils impressive form has inevitably prompted rumour that the boss could be handed the job permanently at the end of the campaign.
Marcus Rashford, David De Gea, Juan Mata and Ander Herrera are in talks about new Manchester United contracts.
Regardless of if the tactician stays at the club, Ole has now disclosed that he has been talking to Ed Woodward about transfer decisions this summer, and which players of the squad he thinks should remain at the club next term.
Solskjaer confirmed to Sky Sports thathe has been discussing the immediate future of the Premier League club, including whether he will stay on at Old Trafford or not.
The Red devils will return to UEFA Champions League duty on Wednesday when they lock horns with French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg fixture of their last 16 tie, having lost the initial leg 2-0 in February.