Manchester United are reportedly willing to stand by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and chiefs remain happy with the work he is overseeing at Old Trafford. The Norwegian has been in the job nearly two years now and led United to a third-place finish last season in the Premier League.
Man Utd officials are willing to stick with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Image: GETTY)
However, the Red Devils have struggled to build on their efforts though and currently sit 15th in the table as the pressure mounts on Solskjaer from the supporters.
United have enjoyed two memorable victories in Europe against Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig but are struggling to replicate such high-level performances in domestic action.
The thrashing of the Bundesliga side was followed up with a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal at Old Trafford last weekend.
Mikel Arteta now looks set to take the Gunners back to their former glories before United, who remain some way off Liverpool and Manchester City.
Yet despite that, journalist Fabrizio Romano claims the United hierarchy remain 'happy' with Solskjaer's progress.
He declared his podcast Here We Go that the board are confident results will improve this season.
The club are not considering the idea of changing manager and Solskjaer will be given time as he looks to deliver silverware.
Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane, who captained United under Sir Alex Ferguson, claims the players could end up getting his former team-mate sacked.
He said: "I judge the players by their actions and I just don't see it. I never looked at a manager expecting to motivate me, that comes from within.
"Ole will lose his job working with these players, as night follows day - that's what is going to happen."
One man who remains available is former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.
The Argentine has been out of work nearly a year following his dismissal in north London and he would be a clear favourite for the United job should Solskjaer be dismissed.
Man Utd chiefs remain happy with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's work (Image: GETTY)
Speaking on Monday Night Football, the 48-year-old admitted he was ready to return to management should the right offer arrive.
He said: "I always feel ready to be in the game because I love football. It's not a stress. It's not a stress to go to the training ground.
"I am looking forward to being involved in the game again. I love the game and in these times it is difficult.
"We are inside, we are working, doing things. But it's not the same as being involved every single day, sharing with your players, the staff, with the club.
"You miss that. That's the reality."