PREMIER - Manchester United finally challengers after careful planning
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees Manchester United at the end of the restructuring process of recent years. “We have seen enough disappointments, that's for sure.
We also had some great moments, but this team has grown and matured over the past few years. That was always the plan when I came back then: to build a team with experience and quality that can keep up, ”said the Norwegian in the run-up to today's Champions League game against Young Boys Bern (6:45 pm).
With Cristiano Ronaldo (36), Jadon Sancho (21) and Raphael Varane (28), the Red Devils steered top-class reinforcements to Old Trafford. “It's definitely easier to rotate with the players we've signed,” says Solskjaer. “We've definitely learned something new and the group is something special, it's a unit. They take care of each other. The atmosphere is really good and we will definitely benefit from that. ”United are currently unbeaten at the top of the Premier League table.