Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recommends, Mason Greenwood takes the time to settle in first, as speculations suggest that he could be in line for an England squad call-up for the European Championship.
Greenwood, 18, has scored nine goals in 26 appearances in his first full season for United and earned an England Under-21 promotion earlier in the season, attaining four caps.
England is rather desperate as the teams cpatain Harry Kane is sidelined for at least three months with a hamstring injury that required surgery.
The 18 year old, Greenwood has been suggested as a possible England squad addition for the friendlies against Denmark and Italy in March.
Solskjaer strongly advice’s against this, as he mentioned in his interview session after the match on saturday;
“I think Mason will have a top career and a long career,” Solskjaer said. “Let the boy settle in now first before we talk about England and the Euros.
“Because his focus has to just be on playing more for us, improving, and when he plays well for us that’ll happen by itself. I don’t think Mason will have noticed. He’s just been picked for the U21s, so he’s focusing on his football.”