3 things learned from Manchester United’s joke performance vs Huddersfield

3 things learned from Manchester United’s joke performance vs Huddersfield

Solskjaer left the 23-year-old out of the United squad for Sunday's 1-1 draw away to Huddersfield Town.

Since then though, his form has once again dipped, with Solskjaer apparently becoming increasing frustrated with Martial's attitude and work ethic, with video footage recently showing the winger just standing around while the rest of his teammates warmed up ahead of Manchester United's game against Chelsea.

In the aftermath of the game at the John Smith's Stadium, Solskjaer said: "I can't talk about individuals now, but there's a chance you've seen the last of players".

"We didn't perform to the required level, and though we are all disappointed not to be in the Champions League next season".

"Ole's got a two-stage job for Manchester United now".

"You must have seen this in players in the past, players you played with as well, where they just go off the rails", Dyer said.

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Sanchez's time at Manchester United has been a disaster since joining from Arsenal in January 2018.

A massive summer clear-out is now required, but years of mismanagement means United are in the unenvious position of trying to find buyers for players quite happy to sit on their highly lucrative contracts at Old Trafford and struggling to hold onto those stars they do want to keep.

"That's the lure of Man United because they know the potential and size of the club, that we will, in the end, get back to the good days".

Both City and Liverpool are reaping the rewards of long-term planning off the field put in place the right structures for the football to flourish.

Neville, however, believes that United should cast the net far wider in their search and only consider candidates who have a proven track record of delivering results within the world of football, regardless of whether they are associated with the club.

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