According to The Mirror, Manchester United legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson is pleased with the progress made by the team under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in recent weeks and has been in frequent communication with his former striker.
The Norwegian’s attacking brand of football with an integration of youth and experienced players which is line with the club’s tradition has pleased Fergie.
More so, the legendary Scotsman is said to be particularly happy with the emergence of youngsters Scott McTominay and Mason Greenwood.
A source close to Ferguson told The Mirror: “Alex has been enjoying the recent weeks of football’s return and the way United have emerged from lockdown.
“For someone still full of energy, he’s not at his best cooped up and is looking forward to returning to Old Trafford when it’s safe to do so.
“But he’s been delighted the way Solskjaer is managing the team and I believe they have spoken a couple of times in the last few weeks.
“He’s especially heartened by the emergence of the younger players like Scott McTominay and Mason Greenwood.
“He managed United for an awful long time during good times and bad so he knows it’s not an easy job, particularly when things aren’t going well.
“That’s why he’s pleased at Solskjaer’s progress. He knows Ole is showing the grit and determination needed but also the bravery to make hard decisions.”