A massive clear out is being expected at Old Trafford ahead of the coming season but the rebuilding process will not happen in a rush.
The Red Devils boss has not been able to come to terms with the disappointing second half of the season which has forced him to seek a move out of the club for the players he feels are not giving enough in terms of their commitment and sacrifice to the club.
However, he has the backing of the club to let go of some players to begin the rebuilding process which will happen this summer transfer window for new legs to be brought in.
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Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has, therefore, told the management that the overhaul of his team will not be complete until 2020 as he does not seek to do it in a rush.
According to reports in the Manchester Evening News, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told the club that he would totally get rid of the unwanted players in 2020.
Meanwhile, reports claim that he would be given a £100 million transfer kitty to be able to compete in the summer transfer window so that quality players can be at Old Trafford in the coming season.