Manchester United caretaker boss Michael Carrick has admitted to have different approach to club management but affirms that he has similar belief with former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
When asked about whether fans can expect any change on approach in Man United’s game against Villarreal, Michael Carrick said: “We will have to wait and see. I worked closely with Ole and we do have very similar beliefs – we did as players and we certainly do as coaches.
“Of course I’ve got my own personality to Ole but we’re very similar and that’s why we worked together for so long. I’m not giving too much away about what my plans are but I’m very clear in my own mind about how we want to play and I’m looking forward to seeing that on the pitch.”
Carrick worked for Solskjaer throughout the entirety of his reign at Old Trafford and assisted him in setting up the Red Devils for games.
The Englishman has a big task ahead in his first game as caretaker manager in the Champions League against Villarreal, which United need to win to boost their chances of qualifying for the next stages.
United is yet to come in contact with a new boss but we have seen a likely list of options for the Glazers to pick from.