"'You can either let us go this summer and make a significant amount of the transfer fee, or we will wait for a years' time until the potential transfer fee comes down, or even for two years and then go'". He never disappoints us when he plays.
Scott McTominay's first goal for United was negated by Diogo Jota before the interval, but the game's turning point proved to be a second yellow card collected by Young with just 57 minutes gone.
Solskjaer said: "I said we needed 15 points from the last seven games (to make the top four), we now need 15 in the last six, so we don't have room for many more losses". "Very good performance until they scored the second goal, I have to say, apart from 10 minutes after they scored the one-each goal when we seemed flustered but we got back into it and but for their keeper we should have won this game". It's a hard one to take, but one we'll reflect on and come back better (for) in the future'.
But they were unable to hold onto the lead as Jota struck after 25 minutes. The boys did what they should but we conceded from sloppy mistakes and didn't score.
"I thought we did well at the start of the second half, Scotty [McTominay] had a fantastic chance and a great save".
United remain fifth in the Premier League, behind Tottenham on goal difference, with six games left and face Barcelona in their Champions League quarter-final first leg next week.
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United, though, should have been 3-0 up inside 16 minutes as Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard missed glorious chances either side of McTominay scoring his first goal for the club. If you don't take your chances you can get punished and that's what happened.
"Good performance, in the beginning they started better and controlled the game", Nuno said.
"We didn't pounce on big moments in the game".
He told reporters: "Like I've always said, Real Madrid is a dream for anyone".
The Scotsman put in an energetic shift that Solskjaer must've been pleased with despite the result.