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Solskjaer: I don't know if Manchester United players care after Everton hammering

Manchester United were run off the pitch at Goodison Park in a rout by Everton that keeps Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer's side stuck outside the top four.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted he doesn't know whether all of his players care enough after the 4-0 hammering by Everton.

United slumped to their sixth defeat in eight games after a dismal display at Goodison Park, leaving their top-four hopes hanging by a thread ahead of home games against Manchester City and Chelsea.

Asked afterwards whether he believed his players cared enough to play for the club, Solskjaer, who said members of his squad need a...

Solskjaer rules out major Man United overhaul in summer: 'Not going to be a quick fix'

The ESPN FC panel are all in agreement that Manchester United will have the hardest time clinching top 4 among the 4 clubs battling it out.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said there is no "quick fix" to the club's struggles and has ruled out making major changes in the transfer window.

United were comprehensively beaten 4-0 on aggregate against Barcelona in the Champions League quarterfinals and are well off the pace in the Premier League, with Manchester City and Liverpool in a two-way fight for the title.

Solskjaer's side are in a real battle to finish in the top four this season but he has told fans not to expect...

Ronaldo on whether he will stay at Juventus next season: '1,000 percent'

The FC crew debate whether Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus' celebrations after clinching the Serie A title were soured by their Champions League exit.
Juventus were often second-best against Fiorentina, but the Bianconeri did enough to clinch their eighth straight Serie A title and 35th overall.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus celebrate their record eighth straight Serie A title after beating Fiorentina.
Italian Serie A: German Pezzella own goal (53') Juventus 2-1 Fiorentina

Cristiano Ronaldo has said it is "1,000 percent" certain he is staying at Juventus next season after he clinched the Serie A title in his first season with the club.

Juve, having missed an opportunity to secure the Scudetto last weekend, made sure Saturday against Fiorentina with a 2-1 victory, which meant second-place Napoli could no longer catch them.

Italian media reports that Ronaldo was looking to leave after the disappointment of exiting the Champions League at the hands of Ajax were denied...