Solskjaer was fired by Ronaldo’s transfer? “He threw all the plans out the window”

Comments continue after the release of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Former Arsenal and England player Paul Merson believes the Norwegian has lost his job due to Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer.

Solskjaer was released after the game against Watford. Manchester United lost 1: 4 in a compromising style. Previously, he also took heavy blows from Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester. He is only eighth in the Premier League table.

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Merson argues that the club’s problems with Old Trafford began with bringing Ronaldo in. In his opinion, this made the work of the Norwegian difficult.

– I feel sorry for Solskjaer. He had a plan at the beginning of the season, he finished second in the previous competition. You might have seen his plan: you play Edinson Cavani, you have Jadon Sancho on one side, Marcus Rashford on the other, you have Mason Greenwood. There is pace, power, energy, youth, skills … Then, just before the start of the season, Ronaldo was given. I think he threw all the plans out the window. From day one with Cristiano they are no better team Merson said.

In his opinion, Ronaldo’s transfer was carried out by force. Reason? Interest in the Portuguese from Manchester City.

It’s not like United called Juventus to ask if he was available as Ronaldo is the missing link to winning the Premier League. They thought, “We can’t let him go to City – it’s bad enough anyway, they finish above us in the league every year!” Merson judged.

Ronaldo has saved points for his team several times this season. Overall, he scored nine goals for her in fourteen matches in all competitions.

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