United coach Solskjaer: ‘Lukaku and Sanchez need to show itself’

Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that attackers Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku must show that they have their vormdip have left.

Both players seemed under the previous coach José Mourinho from the grace to be touched and camps now with injuries. The Chileen Sánchez and the Belgian Lukaku were no minutes under the Norwegian successor of the mid-december dismissed Mourinho.

“I have given guidelines, but they need it on the field show,” said Solskjaer Friday in the run-up to the Premier League match of Sunday with Bournemouth.

The 45-year-old Noor believes that Sánchez and Lukaku is an example of Paul Pogba, who on Wednesday twice scored in the thuisduel with Huddersfield Town (3-1).

“I can do nothing for the performance of players on the field. Pogba has the show,” said Solskjaer. “I’m here to help the players on the right path. They must show that they have a chance to earn. So, I always have teams trained. Players should have fun when playing for United. This is the most beautiful time of your life. Although it is also not bad to now trainer.”

Lukaku and Sanchez are sufficiently fit to part with to train with the selection and can possibly be in action against Bournemouth.

Valencia continues to be the captain of United

Solskjaer holds provisionally fixed to Antonio Valencia as the permanent captain of United. “If he plays, he wears the band. There are few better rechtervleugelverdedigers than Valencia.”

Manchester United won the first two duels under Solskjaer of Cardiff City (1-5) and Huddersfield Town (3-1). The Norwegian has a contract until the end of the season.

The club from Manchester now stands on the sixth place in the Premier League, eight points behind at number four Chelsea. The first four teams placing at the end of the season directly for the Champions League.

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