FA Cup: Lukaku, Sanchez to start against Reading, Pogba out

FA Cup: Lukaku, Sanchez to start against Reading, Pogba out

FA Cup: Lukaku, Sanchez to start against Reading, Pogba out

Sanchez endured a torrid 2018, scoring just four goals in 30 appearances after his lucrative January transfer from Arsenal, but Solskjaer believes the Chilean will fit perfectly into his plans.

Perhaps more impressive has been the manner of those victories, with a bigger emphasis on attacking play resulting in 14 goals in that period.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer here listening to words of advice from former Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson on the training ground in 2007.

According to the same story, Manchester United have been long-term admirers of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar and Napoli centre-half Kalidou Koulibaly.

It was during his time at United - where he won Premier and Champions League titles, and the FA and League Cups - that O'Shea also encountered Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard in their youth.

With the way they are playing right now, you could forgive Manchester United's players a few days on Dubai's beaches under the warm winter sunshine.

"He is playing very simple and effective in our half, and then when he is in the opponent's half he has that magic to change the game, so we are really happy for him. I said it the last game", he said.

Marcus Rashford

'He knew how to look after himself and everyone had that respect because they knew if you got the ball to Ole, it was generally finding the bottom corner.

Never in a million years was Paul Pogba going to be involved in Saturday's hope FA Cup match against Championship strugglers Reading.

Solskjaer has confirmed that Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez will be starting against Reading this weekend.

Today's game appears a hiding to nothing, and yet O'Shea, now 37, is determined to make the most of what will nearly certainly be his last visit to his old home as a player. They have all performed and as long as they perform, they should always be given a chance. I think we faced a very organised and very tough team.

Once again, he enthused about how much he was enjoying his role and said there would be space in his United revolution for both the rejuvenated Rashford, who scored the second, and Lukaku to shine. Let us know in the comments section below.

"But obviously when you come into a club like this, you expect to win games and when you win four you expect to win the next one as well".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen his side score 12 times in his three games in charge (Martin Rickett/PA).

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