Manchester United have endured a troublesome start to the season and the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is mounting with each passing game. After winning four out of their first five Premier League games, United are now winless in their last two, leaving them with 14 points after seven games.
The club was in a poor place when Solskjaer took over in December 2018 and much of the rebuilding will be credited to the Norwegian boss but with the new campaign comes expectation and scrutiny is at an all-time high.
United’s recent poor run has shone the light on Solskjaer’s managerial credentials and those who were unequivocal in their backing of him are starting to wain.
The club is, however, retaining their confidence in him, according to reports. That’s according to The Athletic, There is also, however, a clear desire for results and performances to improve. The opening day rout of Leeds United aside, the Reds’ four wins in the Premier League so far have been unconvincing.
Furthermore, the report claims that first-team players in the dressing-room get along with Solskjaer and want him to be successful.
The next two months will be vital for Manchester United as they embark on a terribly difficult run of fixtures, with games against Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal all set to be played within the next eight weeks.