Man Utd star fuming with Solskjaer after Crystal Palace decision as Mourinho eyes deal

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    United led 5-0 from the first leg and Scholes said substituting Lingard despite his side easing to victory proved Solskjaer saw the player’s future elsewhere.

    “I’m not totally sure [what the future holds for Lingard],” Scholes said on BT Sport.

    “I do think when he’s playing well he has something to offer. I think lately he hasn’t been good enough really.

    “Is he a starting XI player if you’re going to go on and win the league and win the big trophies at Man United? I’m not sure he is. I know he’s scored the last couple of games.

    “Tonight was a game where you think this is a chance for Jesse to play 90 minutes, along with Fred.



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