The Manchester United board have made it clear that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hold his job as the club’s manager. His position at the moment seems safe as chiefs continue to trust Ole.
Man Utd’s poor run of form have put the manager in a storm after several disappointing results in the Premier League. Their recent performance against Atalanta in the Champions League also raised fingers at Ole, as Man Utd managed to clench a late winner.
The Norwegian manager seems to have hit a wall with many of his players questioning his tactics.
Potential Ole Gunnar replacements for manager job at Manchester
With multiple disapppointing results, Solskjaer’s future is once again being called into question. Former Inter Milan manager, Antonio Conte is in speculation to take the baton from Ole Gunnar.
The Italian manager has won a league title and an Fa Cup with London Giants, Chelsea. Meanwhile, Zinedine Zidane is also in the club’s radar, under the recommendations of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Zidane having won two La Liga and three Champions League titles with Real Madrid, will be perfect for Utd’s counterattacking system. However, The Frenchman is not eager to take up a new job and is happily enjoying his break.
Ole’s new contract makes his job ‘100% secure’ at Manchester
Having signed a new contract in 2021, Ole has extended his stay at the club until 2024. He seems to be supported by the club’s board and is highly trusted.
“Ole and his staff have worked tirelessly putting the foundations in place for long-term success on the pitch.” – said Ed Woodward. He further added:
“The results of that have become increasingly visible over the past two seasons and we are all looking forward to seeing this exciting team develop further in the years ahead.”
The chiefs have repelled agents offering their services to hunt for Solskjaer’s successor. They seem to have full faith in the 48-yrs-old’s management as they enter an unpredictable set of fixtures.
Manchester United host Liverpool on Sunday, with Ole Gunnar’s Solskjaer’s management still in contention.
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