Man United stars return to training as Solskjaer insists the team needs 'reality check'

Man United stars return to training as Solskjaer insists the team needs 'reality check'

- Man Utd returned to training on Saturday, April 20 ahead of trip to Everton on Sunday, April 21

- The Red Devils are in fierce battle to qualify for Europe's elite club competition next season

- Club boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes some United players need ‘reality check’

Manchester United players and under pressure manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were looking demoralized as they returned to training on Saturday as they prepare to forget Barcelona bashing.

A 3-0 humbling at the hands of Barcelona in midweek saw United knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage, which meant they have now lost five of their past seven matches.

According to the Mirror, the Red Devils trained at their at Carrington training ground ahead of Everton tie on Sunday, April 21, with most squad members in attendance.

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Solskjaer was spotted arriving the club’s first session following their Champions League defeat.

Spanish shot-stopper David de Gea, who was culpable for an error in the 3-0 second-leg bashing at Camp Nou on Tuesday night, April 16, was among squad members in attendance for Saturday’ session.

England forward, Marcus Rashford, was also sighted arriving for the session after a below-par performance in Spain.

Meanwhile, Solskjaer has declared that some Manchester United players need a ‘reality check’ in the coming days, to ascertain the level of readiness to play at the top.

Speaking ahead of United’s trip to Goodison Park on Sunday, April 21, the Norwegian said: "I've learned a lot about them over the months I've been here now.

"You get to know them, most of them have really impressed me in their attitude and there are some that need to get a reality check on where they're at.

"When you're out there, there is no hiding place, you can't hide and everyone can see where your levels are at.

"We're also working on training here with a fantastic staff I've got to create this culture that we want.

"You've got players to take ownership of what's happening here as well.

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"But of course it's the performances on the pitch which will determine where they're at in their careers.

"But most of them know they can improve if they keep working as they do.," he summed up.

Earlier, reported that Supercomputer has predicted a defeat for Manchester United in their next Premier League encounter against Everton.

With five games remaining for Manchester United in this season's Premier League campaign, the Red Devils' only hope and target is to finish among the top four teams.

Football fans everywhere in the world are aware that the Premier League title fight is between Manchester City and Liverpool.

And ahead of this weekend's Premier League games, the computer has predicted Manchester United will lose their important match against Everton at Goodison Park. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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