The reconstruction process of Manchester United seems endless. Since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, four coaches and an interim technician have taken the reins of the ‘red devils’ bench without being able to return the club to its past glory. The last to take the helm of United has been a Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that in his little more than a year at the head of the Mancunian group has been constantly in the spotlight for the bad results reaped by the team after promising first matches. The Norwegian, who in summer let several of the players with the most United names go without signing substitutes and received criticism for it, now explains this decision: “You have to throw the house down and get rid of the players who have their heads elsewhere”. “It’s a reconstruction. Now we have players willing to run those extra meters, that’s the culture I want to implement: the culture of Manchester United,” continued the Nordic coach, who acknowledges not to be “the team of Sir Alex Ferguson, but the players we have have the right mindset and good personalities. ” “That for me is the first point to be met. You can’t stay here if you don’t have that mentality.”added the Norwegian. Romelu Lukaku, Ander Herrera or Alexis Sánchez were some of the players who left United this summer by not entering into the plans of a Solskjaer who recognizes that when he arrived “the mentality was not adequate”. “This group of players has not had the experience of winning, but that will come in the coming years. It is what they are working for and what those players are here for,” he said.