Is Mourinho right on doubting Solskjaer ability to manage Manchester United?

Herrera - Mourinho's a beast with people who aren't honest
Herrera - Mourinho's a beast with people who aren't honest

Jose Mourinho has been telling people that his successor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be out of his depth as Manchester United manager, as per reports.

The Premier League would restart on Wednesday, 17th June. Next Friday would see the Spurs manager to go up against the man that replaced him at Old Trafford, as Man United would meet the Spurs at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The first time they met immediately after Jose took charge at North London club, Solskjaer got the better of his counterpart by beating the visitors 2-1 at Old Trafford.

Jose started the match like homecoming and his team was favourite. As the things started turning sour, you have missed everything proceeded to pat the Portuguese boss on the head after the game.

As per The Athletic reports, Mourinho has been questioning Solskjaer’s ability to take on a job as big as managing Manchester United.

After a tricky start, the Norwegian has started to implement the right things. He bought time as he started promoting the young talents in Manchester United from academy and elsewhere. He also received support from Eastwood when he fulfil a longtime demand from Jose Mourinho, by infusing talented Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka in defence.

Solskjaer has handed first-team debuts to several of academy products, Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood made the most of their opportunities.

Introduction of Bruno Fernandes changed the game in January. Manchester United saw a complete turnaround in their fortunes with the Portuguese and the Nigerian Odion Ighalo playing tremendous role.

During the period between end of January and till the premier League was halted due to Coronavirus outbreak, the Red Devils had an 11-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

United will commence the season just three points behind fourth-placed side Chelsea in the Premier League table. They will surely try to ensure Champions League berth, as they plan to recruit top talents, Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish.