Gary Neville passes vote of confidence on Manchester United under Solskjaer

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Former Manchester United star Gary Neville, has expressed satisfaction with the progress the club has made and continues to make under the leadership of Olé Gunnar Solskjaer.

After a good start to his Manchester United career on interim basis, United then struggled under Solskjaer after his appointment as United boss.

However, the club has been on a bounce since January, and Gary Neville is impressed with the progress so far, especially after signing Bruno Fernandes.

Speaking on Sky Sports after the 3-0 victory at Brighton, the popular pundit said of our transfer policy: “There’s no doubt that a year ago there was a massive worry about the club’s direction, where it was going. There’s been a huge improvement.

“The club has been sanitised from a point of view players who were just coming for money. When you look on the players out on the pitch there’s a mixture of players who weren’t working who are now working because they’re surrounded by better players, young players who are desperate to play for the club.

“And some players, who have got great ability, who have realigned their commitment to the club over these last few months. And certainly a better frame of mind. However, now is the time to go for it, get those three or four players in that are needed, close that gap now and get close to that title.”

Manchester United at the moment are one of the best clubs in Europe, form wise, and look indeed headed in the right direction.

The boys only need to keep the spirit up, and hopefully, go into the 2020/21 season on a high.