Manchester United Solskjaer should fall goalkeeper David de Gea after his recent mistakes, ex-Prime Minister & # 39; er-league striker Ian Wright.
Hispanic Strait 30-yard shot Rüdiger Sunday, allowing Marcos Alonso earn a point for Chelsea as a top-four hopes United lost.
De Gea made three errors that lead to the goal in their last four games.
"There's something that's not true," said Wright on BBC Radio 5 Monday Night Club Live.
"If he [Solskjaer] really wants to print their brand and let people know that he is not afraid to make decisions, he should take it.
"If the manager explains everything and talks to him face to face, why did he leave him and give him a break, this is the man-management – and that's what Solskjaer should do."
Error against Manchester City and Barcelona means De Gea already in the space of 13 days, corresponding to the total number of costly mistakes that he did in the previous 123 club appearances.
However, his manager says he is still "trusts" the 28-year-old, whose Old Trafford contract expires in a little over a year.
United the two remaining games this season, Prem & # 39; er League, traveling to face the already relegated Huddersfield on Sunday before hosting Cardiff on the last day.
In light of recent statements, the former Arsenal and England forward Wright sees these lights as an opportunity to Solskjaer on the reserve goalkeeper Romero, allowing De Gea, the subject of constant transfer rumors, early summer break.
"He has to go on holiday and sort his contract," Wright said. "Sometimes you have to take someone on the line of fire.
"He's one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and it just needs a break. There's a lot going on, and he is under great pressure. When you look at the way the US is playing at the moment, putting him in this situation puts him under a lot of pressure.
"He made three very uncharacteristic mistakes in a short period of time. In order to take it for a very good stand-in is not bad. "