Some of the most senior figures at Manchester United have lost faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after five defeats in seven Premier League matches; the series of results and performances have left board members shocked and concerned
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future as Manchester United manager will be decided in the next 24 hours.
Some of the most senior figures at the club have “lost faith and confidence” in Solskjaer following the 4-1 defeat at Watford.
A senior source at the club has told us “clearly results are not good enough”.
A number of sources have told Sky Sports News Solsjkaer has taken charge of his final game at Old Trafford.
The situation is complicated because United have a crucial Champions League game at Villarreal on Tuesday, with technical director Darren Fletcher one of the candidates to take over on an interim basis if Solsjkaer departs.
United are conscious of Solskjaer’s status at the club and are keen to handle the situation respectfully.
United’s owners are based in Florida – five hours behind UK time – and as a result, there are likely to be developments later today.
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Sky Sports News’ Ben Ransom reporting from United’s training ground at Carrington:
“What we can say for certain is that senior figures at Manchester United have lost faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“We know that executives met last night and discussed Solskjaer’s future.
“Although there has been no official word, you have to say that given the results and the increasing pressure, it’s hard to see how he survives this.
“The pressure this morning is incredible.
The Guardian and The Sunday Times are reporting that Manchester United have decided to dismiss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the wake of United’s heavy defeat at Watford while the The Manchester Evening News are reporting that Darren Fletcher is poised to take temporary charge.
The Observer says that ‘Joel Glazer, the co-chairman who heads the American family’s ownership, has agreed to rubber-stamp the move.’
According to the Manchester Evening News, technical director Fletcher is likely to be in charge of Tuesday’s Champions League group game at Villarreal.
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Ole must goooooo olo