Man Utd Transfer News: The First Three Red Devils Solved The Solskjaer Football Problem | sport

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Manchester United top three Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial are the best offensive players in the Premier League and have resolved a serious transfer problem for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before the summer window. This is the opinion of the hero of United, Phil Neville, who praised the trio after Thursday night’s victory over Crystal Palace.

United continued their race to the top four in the Premier League on Thursday.The Red Devils performed solidly to overtake the threatened palace of relegation at Selhurst Park, thanks to goals from Rashford and Martial.

United was helped slightly by VAR as it appeared as though Victor Lindelof had taken Wilfried Zaha inside the penalty box before finding the opener.

Then, in preparation for Rashford’s brilliant solo strike, Lindelof appeared to have struck Zaha again with a sliding tackle, but no mistakes were made.

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United then punished Palace with two good goals, the first coming at the end of a brilliant team move as Rashford sent two defenders to the ground with a reduction before rolling the ball past Wayne Hennessey.

For the second, Martial ended another solid team move by winding up his efforts in the far corner of the edge of the area late in the game.

Between them, Rashford, Martial and Greenwood have found the net 13 times in seven games since the Premier League restart, and Neville thinks Solskjaer will now wonder if he has yet to sign a striker this summer.

The Red Devils have been called upon to sign a central attacker with Jadon Sancho in the coming window, although it now looks like they could focus their attention elsewhere.

It has been suggested that Solskjaer may choose to sign a new central defender to play alongside Harry Maguire, although they are still expected to continue their attempt to bring in Sancho or Grealish.

Speaking about the game of the day, Neville admitted that he previously thought his old club should call on a new striker, but is now thinking.

He said, “I looked at it at the start of the foreclosure and thought about it” in what areas should United invest to close the gap with Man City and Liverpool?

“Immediately, I thought of the center [position].



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