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Eric Bailey angered by Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s  treatment



Eric Bailly and Solskjaer

Manchester united defender Eric Bailey has been thinking twice about his future at old Trafford with less playing under his boss and has been set to be offered a new deal with 15 months remaining under his contract with the red devils

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Manchester United centre back Eric Bailly is angry at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and also by the club during contract negotiations and has been considering a mover away from the theatre of dreams.


Bailly would be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with other clubs from January 1st 2021 and United want to avoid losing the Ivorian for free, after they spent £30m on him in 2016.


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However, Bailly is angry at United’s sudden determination to tie him down to a new deal and feels that the club are simply trying to extract a bigger fee for him  in the summer.

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Eric Bailey angered by Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's  treatment 1 Sportelo

Eric Bailly Manchester united career has been marred by injury (Photo by Will Russell/Getty Images)


According to Sky Sports, Bailly has told friends he wants to finish his career at Old Trafford but does not feel valued by Solskjaer.


“Eric loves the club and the fans, his family are settled in Manchester and he’d like nothing more than to spend the rest of his career at Old Trafford,’ a source told Sky Sports.


“But he feels the club has been very disrespectful towards him and frankly he’s had enough.


“He feels that no matter what he does, he will never be first choice for Ole.

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“He now realises he’s too good and too young to spend his time sitting on the bench.”


Bailly could likely fetch around £25m should he sign a new deal and that would be good money for the injury-prone centre-back with his boss given a budget of £80m to buy new players.