Aaron Wan-Bissaka has recently praised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is a professional football manager, currently managing the English club Manchester United. He credits Solskjaer for pushing him to become a better player in his Manchester United debut campaign.
The 22-year-old has made 33 appearances for United since joining in a big-money deal worth up to £50 m from Crystal Palace last summer. The Daily Mail quotes as saying, “The coaching staff have been superb since I came to United. They all really know their stuff, and they can make a difference to your game.”
Wan-Bissaka was impressed with the work being done by boss Solskjaer at Old Trafford during a hit-and-miss campaign for the Red Devils. He further says, “It’s worth getting even a fraction of a per cent improvement, and I’m really excited about the opportunity to work on my game in any area I can.
“The manager is also a big part of that process. I’ve seen Ole’s a manager since day one at United who knows what he wants. You can see his team intentions. He wants to improve every single player and he has given us all a steer on what we need to improve. I think that’s what you need a manager who is going to push you.”
Along with his boss, Wan-Bissaka revealed that Teammate Marcus Rashford was another who helped his development.