Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he does not need to spend a lot of money to make the club great again.
Man Utd is presently in the bottom half of the EPL table ahead of Monday’s clash vs Arsenal at Old Trafford, having managed just two victories in their opening six games.
The English giant parted with huge money for Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer but it has still failed to yield positive results.
However, Ole believes money is not a huge factor to resolve the problems at the club.
His words, “I think we’ve shown it with Dan James,”
“The price we had to pay for him wasn’t massive, and he’s shown there is talent out there. If you scout them well enough and recruit the right personalities, you don’t have to pay over the odds.
“The money that’s involved in football now is different, but I’m delighted with the three we’ve signed. I think they’ve shown that we’re doing a good job.
“All the players have to be treated differently. That’s one of the key attributes the gaffer (Alex Ferguson) had, he knew everyone, how to push their buttons.
“Roy [Keane] was the same when he was a player and a captain. I think he was absolutely brilliant at sparking your pride. It’s about sparking our pride as well.
“It’s not like the situation we had last year. There’s no lack of desire there, that’s for sure.”
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