- Sir Alex Ferguson says the current Manchester United players will make the team great again
- He made this known when he was invited to give a speech by United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- Solskjaer has won all his games since he took over from Mourinho as the Red Devils currently occupy sixth position on the EPL standings
Former Manchester United gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson has boosted the morale of the current players claiming that they can make the Red Devils great again.
The 77-year-old football legend gave a morale-boosting speech to current Manchester United stars after interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer invited him to training.
Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from former manager Jose Mourinho, United have been in superb form winning their last five games.
And according to the report by UK Sun, Sir Alex Ferguson foresees the current players at Old Trafford bringing back greatness to the team.
“Ferguson told the lads that this group will make United dominant and successful again.
“Sir Alex said that he believes in them and he wants them to enjoy themselves and to fight hard for each other and leave everything on the pitch.
“He also told them that the club is in good hands and he promised them that it will become bigger and better in the years to come and they will be part of this success.
“The players believe that there are some good times ahead,'' a close source to Manchester United explained according to Sun UK.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how players and coaching crew of Premier League side Manchester United on Saturday night, January 5, flown to Dubai for training camp after beating Reading in the FA Cup third round match.
Goals from Belgium international Romelu Lukaku and Juan Mata maintained Solskjaer's 100 percent record since replacing Jose Mourinho in the hot-seat.
And after the match at Old Trafford, Manchester United headed to the airport for their trip to Dubai where they are preparing for their next game against Tottenham.
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