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Manchester United give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a stay of execution but the board will continue to review the position

Solskjaer staying … FOR NOW: Manchester United manager has more time to turn things around after Liverpool 5-0 beating, but fears for his long-term future with the board reviewing his position in December

  • Manchester United will keep Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the club, for now
  • The Norwegian oversaw a ‘disgraceful’ 5-0 home loss to Liverpool last week
  • United’s board planned to review it in December and that remains the same
  • Sir Alex Ferguson visited Manchester United training on Tuesday


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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is scheduled for a suspension of execution as Manchester United manager but still fears for his long-term future at the club.

Solskjaer trained at Carrington on Tuesday for the first time since United’s 5-0 defeat of Liverpool, a display called “disgraceful” by veteran players.

The Norwegian is preparing the team for Saturday’s trip to Tottenham amid intense scrutiny and some members of his squad question whether the slide can be stopped under his direction.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will remain as Manchester United manager, but his long-term future is in doubt.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will remain as Manchester United manager, but his long-term future is in doubt.

Solskjaer's position almost turned dangerous after a 5-0 home loss to archrival Liverpool

Solskjaer's position almost turned dangerous after a 5-0 home loss to archrival Liverpool

Solskjaer’s position almost turned dangerous after a 5-0 home loss to archrival Liverpool

Sportsmail he understands that United, which gave Solskjaer a new three-year deal over the summer, planned to review the 48-year-old’s position in December.

However, the irritating surrender at Old Trafford last weekend has accelerated that process. Board-level talks between co-chair Joel Glazer, Ed Woodward and managing director Richard Arnold took place on Monday.

United were unprepared for such a terrible run of results, with Solskjaer’s side losing five of their last nine games.

So far the club’s board has resisted trade requests, and the Norwegian is expected to remain in charge of Spurs. Sir Alex Ferguson and former President Martin Edwards visited Carrington on Tuesday afternoon, with United insisting the pair were attending a pre-planned engagement.

United planned to review Solskjaer’s position in December and that has not changed.

Ferguson has been a champion of his former striker and there has always been a reluctance to change at the top when United have fallen into worrying spells in previous seasons.

However, Solskjaer now faces three major games – Tottenham, a Champions League clash in Atalanta and then Pep Guardiola’s derby against Manchester City – which will likely determine his prospects.

Solskjaer is currently in the middle of a rare full week in training camp in an attempt to stem the decline in form.

Solskjaer's United play Tottenham, Atalanta and Manchester City in their next three games

Solskjaer's United play Tottenham, Atalanta and Manchester City in their next three games

Solskjaer’s United play Tottenham, Atalanta and Manchester City in their next three games

Some players have privately expressed concerns about the pace of the sessions and believe that opponents are constantly taunting them tactically.

Florida-based Glazer has been watching developments with interest, but senior United sources were adamant last night that no outreach had been made for potential successors after Antonio Conte, the former Chelsea boss, expressed interest. in a move.

Although previously in Liverpool, Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers has fans at United, along with Ajax’s Erik ten Hag.

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