Man United are ‘hoping the crisis passes’ and are hesitant to fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Despite yet another humiliating defeat at the hands of Manchester City, United chief executive Ed Woodward is said to be adamant about not sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and ending his own tenure at the club with yet another failed manager.
Manchester United are said to be hoping that their current crisis ‘passes them by,’ with Ed Woodward refusing to fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Solskjaer is facing more criticism than ever after yet another defeat, this time at the hands of Manchester City.
United have a talented squad, but they are currently unable to play as a unit, as the City system has exposed.
Although it appears that their current manager is not the right person to lead them to the next level, Solskjaer is being kept in charge for the time being due to a lack of suitable replacements.
According to reports from last week, Woodward is hesitant to get rid of the Norwegian because he is on the verge of leaving.
And, despite yet another humiliating defeat, The Athletic reports that United’s CEO is sticking to his guns.
According to their sources, Woodward’s tenure at Old Trafford is coming to an end in the coming weeks.
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He announced in April that he would be leaving the United hierarchy, but it was unclear when he would leave.
It appears that his eight-year stay at the club will come to an end when his contract expires at the end of the year.
He doesn’t want to admit defeat again after sacking David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, and Jose Mourinho during his tenure.
Solskjaer’s position was also criticized in a separate report from The Independent.
They claimed that the only reason he is still in charge of United is that there is no other option.
The Athletic describe the situation as “perplexing,” with club officials acknowledging that Solskjaer is unfit for the job but doing nothing to address the problem.