Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Man Utd will have to create their own atmosphere when football returns


In between dissecting this season’s United matches, the 47-year-old has also been keeping a keen eye on Germany’s Bundesliga, which restarted its schedule on 16 May.


The boss is particularly looking forward to Der Klassiker later today (Tuesday), where the league’s top two sides, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, face each other.


“We’ve been watching what’s been happening in Germany,”

admitted the Treble hero.

“For us to follow their template, it’s important they can show everyone the way. It’s been great watching some live football, not just the old classics. We’ve been spending hours analysing our own games. 


“But tonight with Dortmund v Bayern Munich, that’s going to be a fantastic game to watch. There’s no doubt that football is a bit different with no fans. There’s that extra edge with the fans that you’re not going to replicate. Football is for the fans but we want to play football and fans can watch on telly at least, if we can get to the next stage. Hopefully we can.”


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