Robin Van Persie had criticised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the United boss was seen smiling on television post their 2-0 defeat to Arsenal.
“I would like to see him a bit more mean at times, just be angry,” the former United forward – who was signed from Arsenal – said. “I see him smiling now after a game like that. This is not the moment to smile.”
Now Solskjaer clearly seems to be a man who has outgrown patience at Old Trafford.
“I don’t know Robin and Robin doesn’t know me,” a defiant Solskjaer told the media. “He probably doesn’t have a right to criticise my management style and I won’t change. That’s definite.
“Yeah Robin, he took my No.20 [shirt at United] and that’s probably all he’s going to take from me as well.”
United are hit by bad result and yet another bout of Paul Pogba leaving transfer.
For poor, old, delusional Ole it seems he is desperate to hold on to a player who simply does not think the club is big enough anymore.
He said on Raiola’s explosive United comments: “I don’t think I should be talking to agents or about agents that talk about us, but Paul Pogba is our player and agents are hired by players, not the opposite way around. What me and Paul Pogba are talking about, I don’t have to talk to you about. That will be between us.”