Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is quite confident that two players have a bright future ahead of them in the club.
According to a press conference yesterday ahead of the Sunday clash with West Ham away from home, the United boss was asked about Jesse Lingard’s future despite being on loan with the Hammers at the moment but will be ineligible to play against United.
Solskjaer said: ‘For Jesse it has really worked out,’
‘For David [Moyes] it has really worked out and for us as a club as well because we know that Jesse’s position is a 10 and we have got Bruno there.
‘So for me it was a no-brainer to get Jesse a chance to prove himself and to play some football again and he has been really bright for them and he’s finally back to himself.’
And Ole had a brief statement about Eric Bailey future in the club and he added;
‘Yes we are talking to Eric and Eric’s representatives,’ Solskjaer said when asked if he wants Bailly to stay.
‘He is keeping fitter for longer and you can see his performances as well and I have been very happy with him.
‘His playing style has sometimes made him lose too many games, because 100 games that is not enough for the period he has been here.
‘He is getting more and more robust so yes he is one we are talking to.’