Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says ‘one or two’ Manchester United players ‘leak’ info due to discontent

Former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar states that a couple of Manchester United players ‘leak’ info

Former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t have a lot to show for his time at Manchester United. However, the fans still adore the manager and many even believe that United were unfair to him.

Despite everything, the Norwegian manager only has fond memories of the place. Ever since Gunnar has been sacked he’s somewhat disappeared from football. He can be spotted on podcasts and around matches but he’s not actively involved with the game.

The Norwegian was recently on the Stick To Football podcast and revealed a lot about his time during and after Manchester United. The Norwegian also mentioned that a couple of players at the club ‘leaked’ info due to discontent. Let’s have a look at what he had to say.

Former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar states that a couple of Manchester United players 'leak' info.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reveals Bruno Fernandes was always ready for pre-match interviews. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)

“there are always one or two in a squad that leak things because they are unhappy,”

“Being a manager, you play a game Saturday, Wednesday, Saturday, you sack about 14 players every game”

Solskjaer explained that giving enough playing time to all of his players was impossible. He added that even though he and his staff had a good rapport with the players some would leak info.

The atmosphere during Gunnar’s time at the club was very tense, especially during his final days. It could be that it was one of his ‘discontent’ players who was contributing to this by leaking info.

Former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar states that a couple of Manchester United players 'leak' info.  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
The atmosphere is also tense for Erik ten Hag at the moment. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

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Thankfully, Erik ten Hag might not have to deal with this issue. The best thing to come out of his depleted squad is all the extra minutes that young players have been getting this season.