Louis Saha has sent a note of warning to Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he stated that the Norwegian will easily attract criticism with the squad at his disposal this season.
Manchester United strengthened in a big way this summer with the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to the club. The Red Devils managed to win the race to sign him last month ahead of Manchester City and he has been finding the back of the net on his return to the club. He has four goals in three matches in the colours of Manchester United this season. Ronaldo had been at Juventus over the last three years. In addition to Ronaldo, Manchester United also signed his former Real Madrid teammate, Raphael Varane and young English winger Jadon Sancho.
Louis Saha talked about Solskjaer and the potential criticisms that could come his way on Sky Sports News after their Champions League opener ended in defeat to Young Boys. According to him, the present Manchester United squad don’t have any weaknesses.
Ex-Manchester United attacker Louis Saha stated that the good thing about the 2-1 defeat to Swiss champions Young Boys is that they have the opportunity of more group games to correct it.
Manchester United were in control of the Champions League clash with Young Boys until right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off for a bad tackle in the first half. By the time of the red card, Ronaldo had given Manchester United the lead off the assist from compatriot Bruno Fernandes.
The Swiss champions made the Red Devils pay for their indiscipline and lack of concentration with two second half goals to win the game. The hosts were handed a second goal on a platter of gold by England international Jesse Lingard who had come on as a substitute.