Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expecting Andre Gomes to leave Manchester United this week

Ross Houston
June 30, 2020

Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has warned Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial that they have no "divine right" to be playing regularly.

"Paul (Pogba) is the guy who came when I arrived with a big book and said, "Where do you want to live, what price you want to pay, house or apartment", Fernandes said, as per 90min.

Gomes was part of England's Under-17 World Cup triumph in 2017 and 11 days ago Solskjaer was still hopeful that a deal was "not too far away".

The coronavirus suspension has given the England global time to recover, as well as lead some remarkable off-field efforts, but the 22-year-old has yet to add to his 19-goal haul since play resumed.

United go into Tuesday night's Premier League clash against Brighton in sixth place in the table but on a 14-match unbeaten streak in all competitions.

However, Solskjaer has now reassured Manchester United supporters that the Red Devils have no intention on cashing-in on the former Juventus star this summer.

First of all, what's your reaction to the FA Cup semi-final draw against Chelsea - they are familiar foes of course?"We've had lots of games at Wembley against them and of course we've had quite a few cup games against them in the last couple of seasons as well".

"I think there's many teams in that battle for third and fourth", he said.

He continued: "The two [Pogba and Fernandes] can play well together and that is exciting".

"I decided the next day. then I did the tests, then power tests, the next day I was with the team training and the next day I was playing against Wolves. You can talk about 14 games but we're just looking at the next one, if you can go into the next game knowing you've won the previous game it's a good place to be in".

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