MANCHESTER UNITED suffered another disappointing result after being held to a draw against Southampton at the weekend.
And now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fuming with his flops afterwards, launching a dressing room tirade.
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ARSENAL and Man Utd target Kai Havertz has refused to rule out leaving Bayer Leverkusen next summer.
The 20-year-old is one of Europe's most coveted players following a number of dazzling displays in the Bundesliga.
Speaking to Sky Germany of being chased by eight elite clubs, he said: “They haven’t scared me off.
“I don’t know exactly what it was like with Timo [Werner], but it just didn’t happen for me this year. I think there were a number of reasons why.
“But I’m happy to be here and stay in Leverkusen for another year. We’ll see what will happens next summer.”
WEST HAM midfielder Declan Rice believes he is good enough to play for Man Utd, but isn't keen to leave the Hammers just yet.
Speaking to FourFour Two, he said: “Don’t get me wrong, I think I’ve got the ability to play for a club like that.
“But it’s all about the timing and I don’t think the timing is right for me at all. I’ve still got so much to learn.
“I’m loving it at West Ham, the connection between me and the supporters is special. I’ve become one of the fans’ favourites and the manager likes me.
“It’s the best place for me to play my football. I’ve signed a contract here for the next few years and I’m looking forward to playing this season and the season beyond, so we’ll just see where it goes.
“To be called a West Ham legend in the future, maybe, would be a real honour.”
MAN UTD will NOT be reigniting their interest in Sporting Lisbon ace Bruno Fernandes in January.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils have decided against making an offer for the Portuguese international.
Spurs will now feel they are the favourites to land the playmaker, with the 24-year-old claiming he agreed personal terms with Tottenham in the summer.
He told GQ Portugal: “As you all know, Tottenham made a lot of proposals for me. Everything was right with me – or practically should be.
“I never made any big demands, my manager was always dealing with the financials.
“It was and is my goal to play in England, Sporting you know that, everyone knows that, and there were conditions for things to be done. But Sporting understood that the value was not enough and I have to respect the decision.
“Sporting made the decision not sell me also because they believed in my worth and for believe that the values that were offered were not enough.”
MAN UTD icon Gary Neville insists the Red Devils are on the right track under Solskjaer, despite the club failing to win any of their last three games.
Speaking on The Gary Neville Podcast, he said: “When you have a young team like the one at Manchester United, there are a lot of players who are developing and trying to improve themselves.
“I think they are going to get a lot of results like the ones at Wolves and Southampton where they actually do quite well in the game.
“I thought they performed okay against Southampton but they just don't have that clinical element which would've allowed them to go on and win the game.
“There is an element of frustration from United fans because of where the club have been. There's still that recent history of big success under Sir Alex Ferguson but there's been six or seven years now since that. There's now an element of frustration building, real frustration, that they are not on the right track.
“I think they are on the right track because the first thing United have to do, they have to have a group of people in that changing room that want to be there.”
SIR ALEX FERGUSON sent his former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo a touching message after he was crowned Portuguese Player of the Year for a tenth time.
Ronaldo beat the likes of Bernardo Silva, Ruben Neves and Joao Felix to scoop the award.
In a touching video message, Ferguson said: “Congratulations on a great achievement and a wonderful night you’re going to have in Portugal.
“I’m really sorry I can’t be with you, but I look back and see you as a young lad at 17 years of age who came to Manchester United, how you have progressed as a human being and a fantastic sportsman.
“I want to say to you, and your mother, and all your family, and all of your kids; well done.
“You have been an absolute pleasure for me to have known, to have worked with, and to have seen you progress into the footballer you were.
“So, good luck, have a great night, and well done.”
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