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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under no illusions about the “tremendous” challenge Liverpool will pose in Sunday’s Premier League blockbuster as he admits his side has fallen behind their rivals in recent years.
The two giants face off at Old Trafford in a clash which even at this early stage could hold huge implications in the 2021-22 title race.
And Solskjaer admits that it will not be easy to take down Jurgen Klopp’s charges, who have been in fine form so far this term.
“It’s a massive rivalry because of the history of the two clubs. The amount of titles and trophies these two clubs have won and the history between us, the two cities and the football clubs,” the Norwegian told reporters ahead of the encounter.
Of course Cristiano (Ronaldo) has been here for a month, Jadon’s (Sancho) been here for two months. Marcus (Rashford) is just coming back, Edinson (Cavani) had a long run up to when he could join us, so I expect us to improve, definitely.
“It is exciting to have these types of players to work with and it is about finding the balance between width, how big we’re going to make the pitch, how Edinson and Cristiano, two of the best box players in world football. Then you’ve got exciting wingers, goalscorers and I’m sure we will improve.
“We have lost some points lately that we are not happy with but we are in the situation we are in and we have to take it from here and really get going.
All three would have to start if fit and there might be some kidology going on. David de Gea was ruled out of Liverpool’s visit two years ago and then checked in at The Lowry the evening before kick-off.
Jurgen Klopp is unlikely to fall for any of it but if United’s injury issues are genuine and if the aforementioned trio are all unavailable then that would be damaging to United’s chances.
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The Portuguese club legend sat with down Geoff Shreeves at Carrington for an in-depth discussion ahead of this Sunday’s Premier League blockbuster against our historic rivals Liverpool.
Ronaldo speaks with great conviction when describing the
“potential” of our squad and how he is back at Old Trafford to win trophies, stating our team still needs time to adapt to recent changes.
Cristiano goes on to show his elite mentality when asked about external critics, reveals the details of his recent speech to the players and explains why he was so angry after the draw with Everton. He also states he is not ready to retire from international football while feeling on top of his game.