Man United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have reached an agreement ahead of Watford on Solskjaer’s dismissal and replacement list.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing for Manchester United’s Premier League match against Watford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is fighting to keep his job at Manchester United as they face Watford in the Premier League today.
So far, the Norwegian has had a difficult season, with his team losing six of their last twelve games in all competitions.
Another loss could force the Glazers to use the axe.
United only gave Solskjaer a new three-year contract a few months ago, pleased with the progress made in the years since the 48-year-old took over from Jose Mourinho.
However, results have been poor since then, and the Red Devils have had a nightmare season thus far.
United know they can’t afford another defeat in today’s match against Watford, especially after recent losses to Leicester, Liverpool, and Manchester City.
Solskjaer could be fired if they lose at Vicarage Road.
The Manchester Evening News reported United’s sacking stance on the 48-year-old earlier this week, claiming the board agreed it was time for a change.
United was said to be looking for replacements and would be willing to act if the right candidate was found.
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In addition, several replacements have been linked.
Brendan Rodgers, who took over from Claude Puel in February 2019 and has worked wonders at Leicester, is a United fan.
Rodgers, on the other hand, recently stated that he is fully committed to his current project at the King Power Stadium.
He stated, “There are two things.”
“First and foremost, asking the question when you have a manager [Ole Gunnar Solskjaer] in place, a good manager and a good man, working for the club, is extremely disrespectful.”
“Secondly, I can’t really say anything about it because it isn’t real.”
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