Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spend most of his build up days to the summer transfer market saying that United need players who suit the club profile and can help them team before themselves.
However, he has now talked about the one quality he feels he does not care for. It is the fact that which country they are from. Ole needs players who are good footballers and good people more essentially.
“It doesn’t matter if they are English, Norwegian, French, Brazilian,” he said. “You just want good players and good people. Quality and speed, of course, is a big thing in football nowadays. The more x-factors you have in a team, the better you are.”
However, Ole also knows that his current squad is not exactly the worst. Asked if James was now the fastest player in the squad, Solskjaer replied: “Maybe Aaron Wan-Bissaka!
“The two of them do have top, top speed. Modern football is stop-start, it is go again, speed, tempo, quality.
“So those two have put their marker down. Of course, with our boys, we have got some quick ones.”
United still have a lot to do in the transfer market in terms of both ins and outs with time running out.