D.C. United's Wayne Rooney thinks he still has Premier League quality

Rex Christensen
February 8, 2019

Ranieri, who arrived at the London club a month before Solskjaer returned to Manchester but who has struggled to have anything close to the same positive effect as the 45-year-old, said: "At the moment he deserves it".

Furthermore, United's squad clearly appear to be enjoying their football under Solskjaer, who, with every passing game, is proving that his lack of experience as manager might not matter as the Red Devils are yet to lose a game under his watch.

One of Solskjaer's most significant contributions following his arrival from Molde has been putting a smile back on the faces of his players.

Manchester United are unbeaten in the Premier League ever since Jose Mourinho was sacked but the past two games have been a bit testing for the Red Devils.

The Daily Star says Rashford is poised to more than double his wages with a £200,000-a-week deal plus bonuses that reflects his status as one of Europe's leading strikers.

"They think it opens the pitch up, they felt that Jose Mourinho was too preoccupied with the opponents and too nervous about protecting his defence to let Manchester United go at opponents".

And the midfielder feels United's good form can be the catalyst to a return to the top of the league.

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Manchester United are in fifth place in the Premier League table and two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea FC.

Lingard lifted the lid on how the Manchester United pair have been setting each other targets in games.

"The players like the fact that the full backs are pushed right up".

United dropped their first points under Solskjaer when they drew 2-2 vs Burnley last week and this weekend they had to earn a hard-fought 1-0 win over Leicester City.

Mauricio Pochettino has previously said he was fully committed to delivering results in his current job but that has done little to quell speculation about his future at Tottenham.

United's impressive form has put Solskjaer in contention for the manager's full-time.

"I signed him for £5 million, it was good business", the Italian said.

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