As earlier reported, Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer met with the club executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and they had discussed on the way forward for the club after a disappointing season.
The Red Devils suffered one of the club’s worst seasons in their history as they were unable to finish in the first five in the Premier League table.
Man United finished the season on a bad note as they were defeated 2-0 by a relegating Cardiff City team which speaks the extent of how things have gone badly with the club.
However, it is revealed that a meeting was held between the Red Devils boss, Ed Woodward and the Glazer but the former United forward did not receive any threat to his job as he was only asked for talks on how the club can get better.
When asked of the details of the meeting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer simply stated that the club owners and management really understand the need to rebuild the team and he is positive of their support in achieving that.
The rebuilding of the team is expected to begin with the summer transfer window as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will seek to bring in new and quality players to help the season.