Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s position as a Manchester United manager is a ‘100 percent secure’, according to The Athletic, a tier-one source.
The Norwegian retains the support of the Old Trafford board despite the recent poor run of results, which includes zero wins in the last three Premier League games.
The 48-year-old specialist is said to have ‘a lot of credit in the bank’ at the executive level despite the fact that the Red Devils are currently on their worst trophy drought in 31 years.
Man United were beaten 4–2 away at Leicester City on Saturday and their fixture list is not getting any easier. Next week, Solskjaer and his players face Atalanta in the Champions League and Liverpool in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, it’s left to see how the Norwegian turns the ship to save the season and his position at Old Trafford.