After watching Manchester United suffered their heaviest aggregate defeat from a two-leg European tie in the club’s history Ole Gunnar Solskjær has admitted that he is now facing a rebuilding job. Two goals from Lionel Messi and another masterpiece from Philippe Coutinho condemned United to a 3-0 loss in Barcelona, Solskjær must be thought about rebuilding MU to make them great again though it could take a long time.
The United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær said, “We’re getting on with the job and we have spoken to the players about how we need to get the best out of each other, create an environment of top-class attitudes, world-class attitudes, every single day. We have good players and we have done really well to get to the quarters and challenge for the top four [in the Premier League]. But we have a rebuilding job.”
“We know there’s work to be done. I’ve said all along this isn’t going to change overnight and the next few years are going to be massive to get to the level of Barcelona and other teams.”
Solskjær said about Messi after the match that, “He’s an exceptional talent. He and Cristiano [Ronaldo] have been the best players in the world over the last decade. He showed tonight why we think that and why this team has won so many Champions Leagues. Whenever he gets the ball around the box he will be decisive and unfortunately for us, he was the matchwinner .”