Popular Manchester Evening News head writer Samuel Luckhurst said Solskjaer will attend Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral.
Earlier in October, it was announced that Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton had died at the age of 86.
In addition to Solskjaer, among others, Sir Alex Ferguson, Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane and Wayne Rooney will attend the funeral, and we have to believe the list Luckhurst has. Shared on social media.
Several United legends and footballers have already been spotted on their way to the funeral. They include Peter Schmeichel, Andy Cole and former Whit Ham captain Mark Noble. England manager Gareth Southgate is also attending.
Current Manchester United players Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Jonny Evans and Tom Heaton were among those in attendance.
The funeral will be held at three o’clock in the afternoon on Monday.
Shortly after the news of Charlton’s death, many people came to Old Trafford. There, flowers were placed on the statue of Bobby Charlton among others.
🔴📰 | Sir Alex Ferguson, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Roy Keane and Wayne Rooney are among those who attended Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral today.
Ten Hag is absent due to an “unbreakable commitment”.
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Charlton is one of England’s biggest football figures ever. He became world champion in 1966. Ten of the eleven Englishmen who started the final against West Germany are now dead.
For Manchester United players, Charlton played 758 matches and scored 249 goals over 17 years. As for England, he scored 49 goals in 106 international matches.
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