Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted it won’t be the “finish of the journey” whatever the end result towards Leicester Metropolis as he appears to be like past the Premier League’s high 4.
Champions League qualification is on the road, with third-placed United above Chelsea on purpose distinction and some extent away from Leicester forward of their final-day journey to the King Energy Stadium on Sunday.
With United eyeing a return to the Champions League, Solskjaer mentioned sealing a spot in Europe’s premier membership competitors could be a step in the direction of chasing down Premier League holders Liverpool and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester Metropolis.
“We have not ended up wherever but,” Solskjaer, whose United haven’t received the Premier League since Alex Ferguson’s remaining season in 2012-13, mentioned. “If we get a end result towards Leicester I feel individuals will say we have not had a foul journey this season.
“However no matter occurs, it will not be the tip of the journey as a result of we have nonetheless obtained some catching as much as do on the 2 groups forward of us.”
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Solskjaer mentioned: “If you wish to be a part of Manchester United you must get used to stress within the remaining match of the season.
“It is nothing new, it is what this membership has been constructed on. We now have given ourselves a unbelievable probability to finish the season on a excessive, and now it is as much as us to take it.”
“It isn’t an important sport of the season, it is simply the following sport, and you’ll ask anybody in soccer, the following sport is at all times an important,” he continued.
“The end result will not outline our season as a result of we have already had many defining moments this season. Bruno Fernandes coming in made a large distinction, and I feel our total health and psychological robustness is so significantly better now than it was final season.”
Revealed 26 Jul 2020, 06:18 IST