Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has hit out at the Premier League after they were ordered to play three matches in five days, after last weekend’s game against Liverpool was postponed.
United travel to Aston Villa this Sunday, before hosting Leicester City on Tuesday.
The rearranged fixture with Liverpool has been scheduled for 48 hours later next Thursday.
Solskjaer, who led United to the Europa League final with a 8-5 aggregate victory over AS Roma on Thursday, has described the schedule as “impossible”.
“It’s unheard of. It’s made by people who have never played football at this level. Physically, impossible for the players to do it after being here, doing Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday. It’s impossible.
“So we’ve not been dealt a good hand, but we will have to play as well as we can.
“We’re going to need everyone in these four games,” he said.