Manchester United stars arrive for final training before Everton clashes after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims that some players have a & # 39; reality check & # 39; after a faltering form
- The Red Devils are fighting hard to finish in the lucrative top four places
- They make the trip to Goodison Park on Sunday to venture into Everton
- The game of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who sits sixth, is two points on Arsenal and Chelsea
- The United boss arrived on Saturday at the Aon Training Complex in Carrington
Manchester United is finalizing their preparations for Sunday's confrontation with Everton.
The Red Devils have a hard time enduring this season in the lucrative top-four Champions League spots.
The game of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who sits sixth, is two points from Arsenal and Chelsea, who are fourth and fifth respectively and three shy of Tottenham as third.
The side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who sits sixth, is two points on Arsenal and Chelsea in the league
The United manager arrived on Saturday morning at the Aon Training Complex in Carrington
Marcus Rashford rides in training in sunglasses and a baseball cap for Sunday's game
Midfielder Nemanja Matic arrives in his Mercedes on Saturday morning
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku faces his former club Everton on Sunday afternoon
Man United fixtures
All Premier League
Sunday Everton (A)
April 24 Manchester City (H)
April 28 Chelsea (H)
5th of May Huddersfield Town (A)
May 12th Cardiff City (H)
The United manager arrived on Saturday morning at the Aon Training Complex in Carrington.
He was followed by his players including Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Anthony Martial.
The Red Devil's boss has called on his players to get up after seeing an alarming dip in shape.
& # 39; I learned a lot about them over the months I have been here and you get to know them & # 39 ;, said the United Nations boss.
& # 39; Most of them are very impressed with their attitude. Of course there are some who need to get a reality check where they are.
& # 39; But most of them know they can improve if they continue to work as they do. & # 39;
The Toffees hope to finish in seventh place, known as the best of the rest after the big six games.
Red Devils forward Anthony Martial arrived for training at the Aon Complex in Carrington
Jesse Lingard was also busy with his final preparations for United & # 39; s big clash on Sunday
United is in sixth position for their trip to Everton – two points in the top four