Ed Woodward is considering sacking Ole should his bad run continue.
Manchester United chief Ed Woodward will consider sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer if the losing streak continues.
According to reports, Ed Woodward wouldn’t bother about parting ways with the fan favourite Solskjaer should his poor managerial streak continue.
The Norwegian manager has been under pressure following the poor start to the season, losing two of their three league games.
Furthermore, United crumbled to a 6-1 defeat against Tottenham at Old Trafford, which has put the entire squad and manager under scrutiny.
The only win came against Brighton and that too they scrapped it in the injury time with the scoreline 3-2.
Ed Woodward is now prepared to dismiss the Norwegian manager, who helped United end up fourth in the Premier League last season.
Meanwhile, Mauricio Pochettino is cited as the replacement for the managerial job in case of Solskjaer’s departure.
Pochettino has been on hiatus after he was sacked by Tottenham last December. The Argentine manager is said to have rejected several offers from the top clubs and is waiting for the right opportunity.
United’s transfer business has also been criticized for the lack of ambition despite signing players like Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles on the deadline day of the transfer window.
With the rival clubs strengthening their squad, United have failed to bring in their desired targets like Jadon Sancho and Dayot Upamecano.
Even Solskjaer is also reportedly unhappy with the club’s failure to sign Sancho and former target Erling Haaland.