THE transfer window rolls on for Manchester United.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side kick off their season this weekend, hosting Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
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OLE ON MAGUIRE
Solskjaer also added that Harry Maguire will start the season with his summer of trouble in the back of his mind.
Maguire was arrested and charge fro an altercation with Greek police while on holiday in Mykonos.
He said: “Knowing Harry, he's a v strong character and can put that apart but as a human being it'll be in the back of his mind.
“You have to see how it develops.
“Personally I think he'll be able to focus on his football but you can't predict how people will react but he's trained well and is focused.”
MORE OLE ON GREENWOOD
Solskjaer added: “I tried my best to give him a rest over the summer, we asked specifically that he should have had a rest, he needs it mentally and physically and the first thing that happens he's called up and right there in the press.
“We've done what we can to protect him, I've done what I can to help him, when he comes back into the daily routine he'll be fine.”
IT'S BEEN A FA-RCE
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is furious with the FA and Gareth Southgate for their handling of Mason Greenwood, reports NEIL CUSTIS.
The Manchester United boss revealed that they pleaded with the Three Lions boss not to call the 18-year-old up for his debut against Iceland as he needed a rest.
But Solskjaer was shocked that not only was he called up but immediately put in front of the media to do a press conference.
Following the game against Iceland Greenwood was kicked out the squad having, with Phil Foden, invited two girls back to the team hotel.
Solskjaer said: “The kid had a fantastic season, he's just come through and I've worked and the club have worked really hard about giving Mason enough time on the pitch and exposure in the media
“Then you come to the end of the season and we've had less than two weeks off and he's called up.”
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