Solskjaer could take two Manchester United players to Cardiff in January

by Sam Peoples

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has remained coy on whether he has held discussions with Manchester United over potential deals for Wilfried Zaha and Fabio.

Reports suggested that Fabio had already agreed a deal to join Cardiff until the end of the season but only speculation has linked Zaha to the Welsh outfit.

Both players have struggled for game time this season and David Moyes might see fit to let them gain first team experience with Solskjaer, but he has remained tight lipped over any negotiations.

“I can’t say anything on them (Zaha and Fabio) because they are players from Manchester United and I can’t comment on players from other teams,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.

“I am looking at strengthening my squad, but I can’t say names.

“It is not about the number. I will work with the players I have here but if the right one comes up then I will do business like I have with Magnus and Mats.”

A move for Fabio is likely given Moyes’ limited use of him even in Rafael’s injury but Zaha’s potential departure is questionable to say the least. At a time when United’s wingers are playing so poorly, the last thing we can afford to do is let such an exciting player leave.

Even if Zaha is only going to play in a handful of games this season, they may be crucial games in our Premier League campaign and we’ll need as many points as possible because of our start to the season.

Anderson’s impending departure to Fiorentina will be the first bit of business we do in January but it may well not be the last.

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