Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made his next Manchester United transfer priority clear.
Manchester United won a Premier League match at Molineux by a razor-thin margin.
From the Wolverhampton train station till the final minute at Molineux, they sang, “Viva Ronaldo.” Manchester United supporters chanted the name of their cherished returning icon, but it was their youthful diamond who saved the day to keep the party going heading into the international break.
Mason Greenwood doesn’t have a catchy chant like Cristiano, but he was the one who ran down the right flank to make United fans cheer when he scored a late winner.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is well aware that he is dealing with a rare talent, and he can only learn from a five-time Ballon d’Or winner 17 years his older.
Greenwood’s game-winning goal against Wolves was “amazing,” he stated.
“It’s good to have the shot on target from that angle; the goalkeeper could have saved it, but he hit it so swiftly.
“His beauty is that he can go outside right foot and inside left foot, making it difficult for defenders to stop him.”
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Greenwood’s score against Wolves was the key moment of quality, but United supporters are well aware of the glaring faults that remain.
The Red Devils are unbeaten going into the break, but they were extremely fortunate to pick up three points in the West Midlands.
United had little control in midfield for the second game in a row, as they were bombarded by surging Wolves for long periods of time.
A new signing has been made. Raphael Varane impressed, but he was not guarded at all, and he now knows that not all Brazilian midfielders are as dependable as Casemiro of Real Madrid.
Without a defensive counterpart in the form of Nemanja Matic or the injured Scott McTominay, Fred cannot be relied upon to safeguard the back four on his own.
The midfielder isn’t the only player to be tormented by Adama Traore this season, but he appeared to crumble under the strain early on.
His inaccuracy on the ball nearly cost United a goal for the second time this season.
Critics would argue that United fans are being overly greedy after signing three world superstars this summer in Ronaldo, Varane, and Jadon Sancho.
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