Ole Gunnar Solskjaer set to axe one of Jose Mourinho's Manchester United signings

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has started a huge summer overhaul. So far the Norwegian has made two signings, landing Daniel James from Swansea City in a transfer worth £18million, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace for £50million. Manchester United have parted company with Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia and Solskjaer is set to axe Jose Mourinho signing Diogo Dalot, according to the London Evening Standard. The Portuguese was brought in from Porto back in 2018, but has failed to convince Solskjaer he is worthy of a place in United's starting XI. It is because of this that the Norwegian broke the bank to sign Wan-Bissaka, who is now set to play right-back for the Red Devils for the foreseeable future. Whether Dalot decides to stay or go remains to be seen, but first team football will be very difficult to come by next season.

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