Solskjaer: Sanchez will 'prove you all wrong'

Solskjaer: Sanchez will 'prove you all wrong'

"It's what we work for every day for, these kinds of games, for this kind of fight and now we're focused on tomorrow and we go again on Wednesday".

"I think it (having six goal scorers) is important no matter what when Marcus (Rashford) is away", manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said after the match. "For us it's not about away goals, we just need to score two more than them".

United then welcome Wolves to Old Trafford before a two-week winter break. "I haven't got anything to say now, my mind is on the game". He's only played 214 minutes under Antonio Conte, nursing an ankle injury.

"They [City] are getting players back as well".

They were even prepared to pay a large proportion of his wages for his time at the San Siro, which has struggled to get off the ground due to injury.

"We can't just defend, we have to try to keep the ball and make them run after the ball".

"When they happen and how it happens, if we concede two we need to score four so it would be good not to concede first because that makes it less hard".

Diogo Dalot admits he has gone through a "tough journey" at Manchester United after scoring his first goal for the club against Tranmere Rovers.

The Norwegian said the club is interested in doing business prior to the close of the transfer window on Friday, but January deals always prove to be hard.

Solskjaer was also dismissive of questions around the club's pursuit of Bruno Fernandes, adding: "I haven't got any updates for you on transfers, I think it was a waste [of a question], I gave you the option".

"We were able to get the breaks or show the bits of quality in these cup games that were able to get us results".

As you can read in the full transcript below, Ole also revealed that Nemanja Matic has a minor fitness problem and admitted that Alexis Sanchez will return this summer from a loan spell at Internazionale...

Solskjaer confirmed Alexis Sanchez will return to the club at the end of the season and has backed the Chilean forward to regain his best form.

He told a press conference on Tuesday: "Alexis will come back in the summer and will prove youse all wrong".

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