Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has maintained that his technical crew staff should remain following his appointment as permanent club manager.
Solskjaer’s 3-years contract was announced on Thursday after he successfully led the team to several victories as interim boss following Jose Mourinho’s departure in December last year.
He enjoyed the services of first-team coaches Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna as well as Alex Ferguson’s long-time assistant Mike Phelan.
Though United has not announced any plan to include Carrick, McKenna and Phelan as part of Solskjaer’s permanent team,the Norwegian is however not in doubt he wants them.
“Mike is a key part of the set-up and they are talking to each other,”
“Of course, I’ve voiced my opinion and the set-up we have now, I really hope that’s going to continue,
”The staff we have work so well together, which is key to getting results,
“I’m not looking to make any changes there and they’ve not knocked on my door and said they don’t want to continue, so hopefully we’ll have the same set”,he added.