Man United manager says club owners apologised to him over ESL plans

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has received a personal apology from the team’s owners over the controversial plans to set up a breakaway European Super League.

This is despite Avram Glazer – whose family has a majority stake in the club – refusing to say sorry for United’s involvement in the aborted competition when approached by Sky News US correspondent Sally Lockwood this week.

Solskjaer says he has a “good relationship” with the American family and believes the owners do listen to supporters.

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