Solskjaer says it’s a good problem that our strikers are struggling

Manchester United boss Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted it’s not a problem at all that our strikers are not getting in on the goal-scoring action enough, compared to some other teams.

Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are United’s most prolific players this season, with our strikers like Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial sharing a combined 12 goals between them.

But Solskjaer, while speaking ahead of our important Europa League clash with Real Sociedad, said it isn’t a bad thing because we have been scoring enough goals, and there’s more room for improvement.

He noted, “We are the team who have scored the most goals in the Premier League.

“Our strikers haven’t scored as much as we’d like to – that’s a good problem. If we can get them firing we’ll have another edge in the games. They are working hard and doing well in training.”

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