Ole Solskjaer Manchester United
Ole Solskjaer Man United

Man United moved onto the semi-final of the FA Cup by beating Norwich City meaning they now have a genuine chance of picking up a silverware this season.

The club’s also alive in the Europa League and according to Arsenal legend Ian Wright, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done more than a decent job in rebuilding the Manchester United squad over the past one and a half seasons.

“Yeah something’s happening, you can tell,” Wright said on BBC One, as per the Express.

“I think if David de Gea as well could get that form that we saw a few years back, then with the spine with him, Harry Maguire of course – people were digging him out the other day against Spurs but he’s still a quality player – Fernandes, Martial on his form, the spine seems pretty good.

“Pogba, what’s going to happen? Is he going to stay?

“You’re looking at the way the team is playing, they look like a team that is ready to get going again.”

Will Man United get success under Solskjaer?

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Since taking charge of the club from Jose Mourinho, Solskjaer has done a lot of things to improve his first-team squad and it looks like all his hard work is finally paying dividend.

The signing of Bruno Fernandes has been a great bit of business by the club and if they can hold onto Paul Pogba beyond the summer then Man United have a more than decent chance of getting back amongst the big boys.

The Old Trafford outfit have a realistic chance of picking up two trophies this season and also get back into the Champions League. And if they can achieve all of this then surely it will be a job well done by their Norwegian manager.

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