Manchester United’s board are still backing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer amid a run of poor results, Fabrizio Romano claims.
This is in line with yesterday’s report from The Athletic that stated that the Norwegian would not be leaving his job after the Leicester defeat.
That said, the club expects the results and performances to improve in the coming weeks. Still, they are not talking to other managers who could in theory replace Solskjaer.
The Red Devils suffered three defeats four defeats in the last seven games, a run that started with a shocking 2-1 loss at Young Boys in the Champions League.
Before December, United will face Liverpool, Tottenham, Man City, Chelsea, and Arsenal in the Premier League. This period will surely be crucial for Solskjaer’s short-term future at the club.