Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Reveals Expectations For Star In Europa League

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Manchester United walks off after the Premier League match between Manchester United and Norwich City at Old Trafford on January 11, 2020 in Manchester, United Kingdom.

The rich history of Manchester United has featured several stars carrying the banner of the Red Devils to success. With the resurgence of Paul Pogba as a key member of the club, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opened up his expectations for the team in the Europa League.

It hasn’t been the smoothest stints for Pogba in the past few years with reports indicating his preference to leave the team. 

But that has all changed in the past few months with the addition of players like Bruno Fernandes changing the dynamic of the team. With the manner of how the team stepped up on the field, Pogba has been reinvigorated in his role as the team’s leader.

With players such as Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood blossoming as stars for the squad, Pogba has risen as one of the more reliable figures of the Red Devils’ lineup. More will be expected from them in this year’s Europa League, given how well they’ve performed in the Premier League. Care of a clutch victory in their final few games, Pogba and the rest of the club was able to secure a top-three finish in the standings.

The momentum garnered from this stretch is a big factor in determining how well the team will perform in their upcoming matches. For Solskjaer, the success in this year’s Europa League is something he personally wants for Pogba to achieve.

"We're delighted he's back playing, he's fit and he's enjoying his football," Solskjaer said by way of Goal.com.

The work ethic of the former World Cup winner has been evident with how he’s giving it his all on and off the pitch.

"He's got to make up for lost time and he's trying to do that. He's training extra, he's always a great personality in and around the place,” Solskjaer added.

After enduring so much turmoil and struggles within the team, Pogba is now in a much better disposition compared to before.
"Hopefully we can see him lift this trophy that he's done before," Soslkjaer shared.

The intensity of the Europa League remains a challenge not meant to be underestimated for Solskjaer and the rest of the club. It will be interesting to see how Manchester United will perform if they are able to maintain their style of play in the games to come.
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