Despite many predictions and assurances, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not been able to bring back the glory days of Manchester United. The team is struggling to put in a performance that will be satisfactory for supporters and players alike.

Despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s pre-match promise that he would rotate his players, Manchester United stars were frustrated after seeing their bench time limited.Many United players are frustrated with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s broken promises on playing time. It is not clear how he will address the issue.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been in charge of Manchester United since November. He has promised to give more playing time to players like Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku, but they have seen their minutes decrease under his reign.

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Sources tell ESPN that frustration among Manchester United players has developed as a result of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s unwillingness to rotate, with several players believing they have been mislead about their chances of playing this season.

Donny van de Beek, Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard, Dean Henderson, Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot, Juan Mata, and Alex Telles, according to sources, accepted during meetings over the summer that he had “overplayed” key players during the previous campaign and promised members of the squad, including Donny van de Beek, Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard, Dean Henderson, Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot, Juan Mata, and Alex Telles, that they would

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In other instances, Solskjaer’s promises were enough to convince players to put their exit plans on hold, only to be left on the sidelines once the season began.

Despite scoring two league goals as a substitute, Van van Beek has only played 16 minutes in the Premier League this season, while Lingard has only started one game in the Carabao Cup.

Mata’s only start this season came in a Carabao Cup loss to West Ham United in September, while captain Harry Maguire had only trained once before being selected ahead of Bailly for Leicester City’s 4-2 defeat at the King Power Stadium in October.

According to ESPN, several periphery players are particularly frustrated because despite the team’s dismal performance, they have yet to get into the lineup.

United has lost six of its last twelve games, with eight of the same players playing in each of the humiliating losses to Leicester, Liverpool, and Manchester City.

Van de Beek is eager to explore his options ahead of the January transfer window, according to ESPN, while Lingard has rejected efforts by the club to extend his contract, which is set to expire in the summer, owing to his desire to play regularly.

Due to a lack of playing time, both Van de Beek and Lingard have lost their positions in their respective international teams. Everton and Newcastle United are among the Premier League teams interested in loaning out Van de Beek in January, while Barcelona and AC Milan are interested in taking Lingard on a free transfer at the conclusion of the season.

Meanwhile, United has revealed that they are in “advanced” negotiations with the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust about implementing a Fans’ Share Scheme to offer fans a greater voice in how the club is managed, after the club’s failed bid to join the breakaway European Super League.

“We are in early negotiations with MUST regarding a Supporters’ Share Scheme, which would create a way for fans to develop a genuine ownership part in Manchester United over time,” the club said in a statement on Monday.

“This would offer supporters a powerful collective voice inside our ownership structure, as well as serve to establish a new spirit of long-term collaboration between fans and the club.”

“There are considerable legal and regulatory complications that MUST and professional advisors are working through.”

“We’re close to launching a Fans’ Advisory Board as a new conduit for board-level engagement with fans, in addition to making work on the Fans’ Share Scheme.”

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