Four Man Utd players at risk of January exit without Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to save them – Diverse Bulletin

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s sacking on Sunday evening has thrown up rumours galore over who could become Manchester United‘s new manager. Many out-of-favour stars will be pleasantly surprised at the Norwegian’s exit as they look for game time, although some of his favourites will be ruing the decision to sack him. Express Sport takes a look at four of Solskjaer’s favourites who could be sold.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Wan-Bissaka burst onto the Premier League scene at Crystal Palace in February 2018, despite being thrust into action at the age of just 20.

The following season, he won the title of Player of the Year and burst into the England under-21 side as a result.

Solskjaer’s transfer team signed the highly-coveted youngster for a fee of £45million, and his defensive prowess came to light.

However, his poor attacking capabilities have been highlighted in a side as good as United’s, who require a more attacking full-back if they are to improve their attacking output.

And with the defender having produced less than desirable performances recently, he could be annexed.

Nemanja Matic

Another midfielder who has featured prominently under Solskjaer, Matic could well be sold off to make room for another midfielder in January.

The midfielder has made over 50 Premier League appearances under Solskjaer, alongside a handful in other competitions.

Yet at the age of 33, he has lost his mobility and needs to be replaced if the club are serious about progressing.

And with Donny van de Beek, Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba all ahead of him in the pecking order, vital funds will be secured should he be sold.

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