There can be no doubt that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in danger of losing his job as the Manchester United manager if the team’s results don’t improve quickly. The latest amount of pressure came in the light of the comprehensive defeat the Red Devils suffered at the hands of arch-rivals Liverpool, who left Old Trafford on Sunday having scored five goals without an answer from the hosts.
It was reported in the days that followed that the club had decided not to sack Solskjaer just yet, and now the Telegraph are claiming that the Norwegian has been given the next three matches to get his team back on track, and their performances are expected to be carefully scrutinized as they face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League in North London, Atalanta in Italy in the Champions League, and defending Premier League champions Manchester City at home.
Meanwhile, the name that has been mentioned the most regarding a potential successor is Antonio Conte, though Manchester Evening News have reported that the club have reservations about his suitability for the post, while Fabrizio Romano says he would readily accept their offer should it come.
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