Man Utd news – Brown set for exit, Solskjaer wants Fergie’s job, Gill not worried about debts

Brown set for exit.

Wes Brown is possibly on his way of Manchester United. The Sun reports that following a pre-season argument with Sir Alex Ferguson, the player has been sidelined and now fears he will be sold in the January transfer window.

A row over Brown not being allowed to go on a players night out has led to Brown starting only twice this season – against Scunthorpe in the Carling Cup and Rangers when Rafael withdrew at the last minute.

When quizzed on his absence from the team, Brown said, “We have to keep training hard and, when I do get a chance to play, play well. “

Solskjaer wants Fergie’s job.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told how he hopes to manage the Manchester United first team one day.

“I want to be a manager in England. I would like to become manager of Manchester United,” he told the Daily Mirror. Solskjaer has recently turned down the position managing the club he where he started his career Molde, and was explaining why he felt it best to stay at Manchester United. “My job is dependent on Sir Alex, put it that way. Were he not the manager at United, I wouldn’t be here.”

“I will have to leave United at some point and I have ambitions, but they must be balanced with my family life,” explained the Norwegian.

Gill not worried about debts.

David Gill has tried to explain away the fears over the clubs £83m losses reported yesterday.

“We have a long-term financing structure in place, excellent revenues that are growing, we are controlling our costs,” Gill told fans, adding “we still have cash to invest in players and to give good contracts to players and we are comfortable with the business model.”

The club claim that the loses this year are one off charges incurred as they reconstructed the club’s debt. Gill is adamant that the club have £165m cash in the bank, and they will be able to strengthen the club in the transfer window.

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