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Ole Gunnar has admit Manchester United may not qualify for Champions league next season. He said United plans "up in the Air". --Hotlinepro

     Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted Manchester United’s planning for next season is "up in the air" with the club still fighting for Champions League qualification.

Ole Gunnar has admit Manchester United may not qualify for Champions league next season. He said United plans "up in the Air"

  The United boss said he is planning for a number of different scenarios ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, which is scheduled to start in September, as the Red Devils

don’t yet know if they will be competing in the Champions League.

United have four league games left, including a final-day clash against Leicester City, and should they win all their remaining fixtures they will finish in a lucrative top-four spot.

Finishing fifth may also be enough to secure a Champions League position, with the outcome of Manchester City’s appeal against their ban to be given on Monday.

  There is also the option of securing a place in the competition by winning the Europa League but the final in Germany will not be played until August 21,

giving United very little time to finalise plans ahead of the next season.

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Solskjaer explained ahead of United’s clash against Southampton: "There is quite a lot of planning going on.

That is obviously determined by how far we go in Europe, you can't really decide on the training programme.

 There are so many decisions, "If the team is going well, what do we need? transfers are out of our hands as well. Thou Man United are now hoping in signing Ban chilwell from Leicester City ahead of Chelsea because it seems Chelsea are not interested in the left wing back anymore.

That's the way we're working and you've got to plan for different scenarios.

Uncertainty of dates, how much holiday, what will next season look like?

It's a little bit up in the air." Solskjaer was adamant that the club would not panic buy should United fail to qualify for the Champions League for second.

 He said: Man United wouldn't be overwhelming with sad or go crazy with plans they've already discussed for years to come.

   You do have to have a long-term plan but short-term some decisions will be easier to make if you get the Champions League." United’s next game in their battle

to finish in the top four is at Old Trafford on Monday night as they host Southampton and Solskjaer is considering naming an unchanged side for the fifth consecutive league

"There are some things you have to put into consideration when you're managering a team and there's a team of players champing at the bit to play and players in

rhythm keep playing well which means less work on the training ground," Solskjaer explained.

There are so many decisions to be made but they make it easy  by playing and doing well and watch themselves.

We don't get too many injuries, so there's no reason to change too much when you're doing well.

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