Manchester United manager to be handed £1m personal reward from United Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward for finishing top 4 after a tedious season.
Man United vice chairman, Ed Woodward will fulfill his promise to Ole Solskjaer tonight after seeing the Red Devils triumph 0-2 over Leicester to seal their qualification into the Champions League.
The Red Devils have managed to finish in the top four section of the league table amid Bruno Fernandes’ penalty kick that sent Kasper Schmeichel the opposite direction of the goal post.
Few minutes later and close to the end of the game, substituted Jesse Lingard sealed the Red Devils victory after several failed attempts by home team to level the game.Embed from Getty Images
It’s been a successful run for the United Norwegian manager whose brilliant Bruno Fernandes signing secured him the longest EPL unbeaten run since the resumption of the League after the corona virus pandemic break.
United are back into the Champions League and its as well time for Ed Woodward to fulfill his promise to Ole Solskjaer.
According to claims by reputable English media outlet; DailyStar, Ed Woodward had earlier on promised Ole Solskjaer a personal reward £1m should he bring Champions League games back to Old Trafford.Embed from Getty Images
United are finally back into the Champions League with a lost time rise into the third position helped secure a spot for the Manchester based club after a long spell at the 5th position.
Finishing same points but higher number of goals ahead of bitter-rivals, Chelsea who thrashed them out of the FA Cup race.
Ole will not be just £1m richer but as well have received a major boost on his managerial career, as he has been remarkable on his transfer decisions.
Landing Aaron Wan-Bissaka who has become a great success at Old Trafford, Harry Maguire who has become the first outfield Man Utd player to start every single game in a Premier League campaign since Gary Pallister in 1994-95 and the popular most loved Bruno Fernandes.
It’s been a successful season for Man United and they are finally back into the UEFA Champions League.
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