- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not worried with Man United's current position in the Premier League
- The Red Devils were forced to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford last weekend
- They welcome Jose Mourinho-led Tottenham side in two days as they hope to improve
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not disturbed with his side's position on the Premier League table after matchday 14.
The Red Devils were forced to a 2-2 draw by Aston Villa at Old Trafford in last weekend's English topflight side.
As it stands, United are ninth on the log with 18 points few games to reach half-season mark and are now closer to the relegation zone more than they are to finishing among top teams.
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Their chances of qualifying for Champions League next campaign is also under serious concern with their performances neither here of there.
But speaking after the Villa clash, Solskjaer said he is not concerned about the table standings as it is so tight currently.
"The league table at this point is not the biggest concern because it is so tight," the Norwegian was quoted saying.
“I would have sat here talking about being fifth if we’d got the one extra goal. So the league table is not the biggest concern," he continued.
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Solskjaer now needs to win his next three games to have a better record than his predecessor, Jose Mourinho, when he was sacked a year ago this month.
The Old Trafford dwellers are scheduled to take on Spurs, Man City and struggling Everton in their next three league fixtures.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Arturo Vidal could be making his way to the Premier League to join English giants Manchester United.
It is understood the Chilean midfielder is frustrated at Barcelona and claimed earlier in the season he would retrace his steps in December.
The former Bayern Munich star has made nine appearances in La Liga this term but has only managed three starts out of those matches.
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