Paul Pogba 'Almost Certain' to Miss Manchester United's Clash With Liverpool

Tanya Simon
October 15, 2019

It is claimed defeat against the Reds will spell the end of Solskjaer's reign but Ferdinand, who played for United from 2002-2014, believes his former team-mate will be given time to turn things around. United's first 12 Premier League matches under Solskjaer saw them go unbeaten, with a total goal difference of plus-20: scored 29, conceded just nine.

"But I haven't won a title yet, so it's my big goal to take home big titles with United". Manchester United have not gotten the best of result this season in the Premier League and their fans are anxious because of the team's lackluster performance so far.

Moreover, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is right to focus on developing a new generation, it must be remembered that United have often benefited from signing experienced strikers with commanding personalities: Dimitar Berbatov, Robin van Persie, Zlatan Ibrahimovic are all examples.

'I think he is a really good football player and he hasn't played before in England, but I hope if he comes he can straight away get into the rhythm of the Premier League.

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Juventus have a group of players they'd like to see the back of in the January window, and Mario Mandzukic is one of them.

'However, he's been forced to the forefront as their main man in the team at the moment.

The club haven't scored a few times in a game since the 4-0 win over Chelsea on the opening day of the season.

Cape Town - Rio Ferdinand has dismissed the notion that Manchester United's clash with Liverpool after the worldwide break will decide the future of under-pressure manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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