Huge severance pay for Solskjaer after being released from Manchester United Football

Excellent summer transfers in the form of Cristiano Ronaldo or Raphael Varane made Manchester United one of the main candidates for the England championship before the season. The reality, however, turned out to be completely different – in recent weeks “Red Devils” were very disappointing.

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High amount of compensation for Solskjaer

After 12 rounds of the Premier League, the club from Old Trafford is only eighth in the table, 12 points behind the leader Chelsea. Particularly frustrating for the fans was the 1: 4 defeat to Watford, which was the last game in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coaching career at Old Trafford.

Saying goodbye to the club means that the Norwegian will be able to count on high compensation. British media reported that due to the 48-year-old signing a new contract in July, he will be paid an annual salary of 7.5 million pounds.

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Huge expenses on transfers

On the occasion of Solskjaer’s departure from Manchester United, the website “Football Joe” presented interesting statistics. Since the Norwegian started working at Old Trafford, no club has spent more on transfers than the “Red Devils” – £ 387m. Manchester City came second (380 million), followed by Chelsea (347 million) and Liverpool (112 million).

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been Manchester United manager since March 28, 2019. During this time, he sat on the coaching bench 149 times. Under his leadership, the team recorded 78 wins, recorded 33 draws and suffered 38 losses. At that time, the club did not win any trophies in the domestic and international field.

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