Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at Manchester United is in safe hands despite their poor start to the season.
The Norwegian has been under intense pressure owing to how the team has played despite the talents at his disposal and things went worse for him following their 4-2 loss to Leicester City on Saturday.
The Athletic report that Solskjaer’s position at the club is not under threat, and the Norwegian ‘will not be sacked’ in the wake of the defeat. The club legend is said to have ‘a lot of credit in the bank at board level’ following his stabilization of the club since taking over from Jose Mourinho, initially as a caretaker, back in December 2018.
The position might however change should the club fail to record wins with midfielder Paul Pogba admitting after the Leicester game that they will have to change something if they are to record positive results.
Sterner tests await Solskjaer with the club with games against Tottenham, Liverpool, Man City, Arsenal, and Chelsea coming before the end of November as well as three Champions League fixtures.
Manchester United with Ole Gunnar Solskjær are like Chelsea with Frank Lampard. A top squad with a manager not even close to being up to it. Chelsea showed what is possible when you get in a genuine quality manager— Andrew Cesare (@AndrewCesare) October 16, 2021