Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly brought Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs in for "talks" with his squad, while another club icon has officially joined his coaching staff.
The Red Devils are currently tied with Liverpool on 33 points at the top of the Premier League table, but Solskjaer, it appears, is not resting on his laurels.
According to The Athletic, the Norwegian has brought in club legends Keane and Giggs to hold talks with his first-team players, and has also hired a team of data analysts to help the squad.
The report claims that Solskjaer has worked hard to create a "family feel" at the 20-time English champions, who have not celebrated winning the league title since Sir Alex Ferguson’s last season in 2013.
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The 47-year-old appeared under massive pressure early on in the campaign, after rumours suggested the club’s hierarchy were actively looking for alternatives to him.
There has been a massive resurgence in recent months and weeks, however, with United becoming the first team this season to reach 10 league victories.
While it is unclear as to whether Giggs and Keane will have official roles within the club, it was confirmed by the club on Monday that Darren Fletcher has joined Solskjaer’s senior coaching staff.