Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he’ll no longer tolerate gamers at Manchester United who are “pushed through cash or reputation”.
The United supervisor is anticipated to lead an overhaul of the squad inside the wake of every other disappointing marketing campaign in which the Red Devils had been left nicely off the tempo set by Premier League name challengers Manchester City and Liverpool, and feature misplaced seven in their past 9 video games in all competitions.
There is speculation that a large a part of the primary-team squad could be moved on in the switch window, with Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Antonio Valencia possibly to depart on free transfers and the futures of Paul Pogba, David de Gea, Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian doubtful.
Sanchez, in particular, has proved steeply-priced trouble for the club, the previous Arsenal star contributing simplest three league goals since becoming a member of in January 2018 on a contract reportedly well worth a fundamental wage of £395,000 per week.
And Solskjaer has warned his priority will be to form a set of gamers whose important issue is a footballing achievement, rather than the possible settlement riches on offer at Old Trafford.
“We need the player with the right nice and the proper personality. That’s it,” he stated ahead of Sunday’s showdown with Chelsea, which United realistically want to win to keep their top-four hopes alive.
“All my existence, I’ve believed in people and what drives people and what makes you successful in the long run. Driven by way of money or reputation, they’re now not proper for Man United – or my team.
“You can’t say that we have not invested sufficient cash. If you examine the money it’s been spent, the owners have invested hundreds of coins, and will preserve that.
“I’ve been in meetings and we have had discussions approximately that. But you cannot alternate the crew in one transfer window. It isn’t always going to appear overnight, however, we have the time-frame and we’ve got the backing.”
Solskjaer has been criticized by way of former United midfielder Paul Ince for a perceived fixation on looking to mirror the strategies of ex-supervisor Alex Ferguson, who retired six years ago.
But the Norwegian insists he isn’t trying to copy the fashion of his old boss, pronouncing: “We are doing matters differently to all of the preceding managers.
“We can not try to replica Sir Alex and achieve success, due to the fact he turned into precise. We need to do our very own way. We have an exceptional technology of gamers. Maybe some of them couldn’t have treated the Sir Alex manner of coping with but that does not depend.
“We look to do it our manner. They recognize the records of the membership and what he finished, and it manner lots for every person but it can’t linger on.
“I talk to the players all the time, they understand my expectations and requirements. I have were given 3 years here now and I am going to do something I can to make this membership successful.
“We do this together, it isn’t always gamers towards managers here. Supporters recognize we recognize, we’re doing this collectively and working collectively to enhance. We are all on this collectively.”