Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will get more time to turn things around at Old Trafford according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Express.
It was revealed that chief executive Ed Woodward is not willing to call time on his managerial reign at Manchester United.
Former club striker Solskjaer has not had the best of starts as the Manchester United manager this season and the lack of options mean that the Norwegian tactician will get more time to turn things around.
The ex-Norwegian national team attacker has seen his Manchester United team win just two league games since the season started two months ago.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino was previously the first choice for the Red Devils hierarchy when Jose Mourinho was sacked as the manager last year.
Solskjaer was appointed as the Manchester United manager on a temporary deal immediately after Mourinho was sacked and he was expected to be there until the club can get Pochettino this summer.
His performance as an interim manager changed that plan for the Manchester United hierarchy who gave Solskjaer the job permanently in March after leading the club to a run of 14 wins in 17 games in all competitions.