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United star aims for major silverware under Solskjaer

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The Brazil international targets winning all the trophies with Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of the new campaign.

Manchester United midfielder Fred revealed that the club is aiming to win all the trophies in the season 2020-21. Subsequently, the Red Devils will want to revive old habits of lifting major silverware.

Nevertheless, United has not seen consistent success in the last three years.

Evidently, Jose Mourinho brought in some triumph at Old Trafford during his spell. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is yet to deliver results to follow the Portuguese boss’s ways.

Although, United is battling in four different competitions in the on-going new season.

Eyes set on major silverware.

Hence, Fred is confident that the team will make sure to achieve all the objectives. As the Red Devils show their desire to grab major titles such as Premier League, Carabao Cup, Champions League, and FA Cup.

Fred told United Review: “I obviously want to win every trophy, that’s an ambition shared with the club.

“My personal aim is to play a lot of games, put in great performances, do my best to help the team. Not get injured, obviously. I want to have a great season and the team’s objective is to win things together.

“I’m convinced we have the quality to do this, to go far in the Champions League and the cups here in England, do well in the Premier League. We hope to compete for trophies in all competitions.”

Consequently, United opened up a golden opportunity following the victory over Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes.

And earlier, Fred’s team beat Newcastle 4-1 in the domestic league.

Moreover, United is recovering well from their 6-1 defeat to Tottenham before the international break. As a result, Solskjaer’s men are developing a sense of confidence lately.

“Nobody wants to lose a game, especially at home and by that scoreline,” Fred added on bouncing back from a humbling reversal against Spurs.

“We thought a lot about it, talked a lot in the dressing room. It was really bad for us, but we knew we had to come back stronger, better, more focused, and we did that against Newcastle.

“It was a good response from the team and we were very happy to get the win at a difficult place to go.”

United will be back in the Premier League action this weekend as they play against Chelsea.

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