The defender is assured that the next generation of Red Devils can assist to usher in a new generation of success at the club.
Manchester United’s current crop of youngsters are keen to comply with in the footsteps of the famous Class of ’92 squad which dominated the Premier League underneath Sir Alex Ferguson, in accordance to Axel Tuanzebe.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is slowly however surely transforming the Red Devils back into a predominant force, whilst restoring an identity on the pitch which has been missing since Ferguson’s departure back in 2013.
The Norwegian boss has opted to promote young, homegrown talent over excessive profile names in his starting line up, with the likes of Scott McTominay, Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood all benefiting from his selection policy.
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When the Premier League was first formed 28 years ago, Ferguson took a similar approach, plucking various promising teenagers from the academy – inclusive of David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes.
A whole host of trophies followed over the subsequent decade as United grew to be the most ambitious team in England, whilst additionally accomplishing success in the Champions League.
Tuanzebe is hoping Solskjaer’s side can copy the success of their predecessors, and has additionally stressed the significance of making an attempt to teach the club’s foreign stars exactly what it means to be a Red Devil.
“It’s just like the Class of 92, that’s something we have been trying to replicate,” the centre-back told United’s official website.
“This team of lads now that we have coming through, the oldest being Andreas [Pereira] and Scott [McTominay], the youngest being Angel [Gomes], Jimmy [James Garner], Brandon and Mase [Mason Greenwood], that bunch there can construct the new foundation for the club.
“We have the club’s identification installed in us. We assist portray that identification to foreign players and assist teach them the way of our club and to become better people, better players.
“It’s some thing that’s been the club’s identity for many, many years and I’m positive there’ll be more players to come through.”
United are sitting fifth in the Premier League standings after 29 fixtures, three points in the back of fourth-placed Chelsea in the race for the final Champions League qualifying position.
Solskjaer had overseen an 11-match unbeaten run throughout all competitions before the 2019-20 season was called to a transient halt amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It is not yet known when or if the campaign will continue, with original plans to resume action on April 30 scrapped by Premier League officials after a disaster meeting last week.