Manchester United’s managerial position has one of the most talked-about issues in the Premier League as many media outlets claimed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be Shonen shown the exit door following his poor start to the season.

The Red Devils are two points from relegation zone and they have played six games without a win in all competitions.

This unfavorable run of results gave birth to rumours that the Red Devils hierarchy are in search of a perfect manager who will take the club to the position they ought to be in the League table.

However, Manchester Evening News highly-rated football writer Tyrone Marshall has revealed that the Old Trafford executives are willing to exercise patience with the Norwegian tactician irrespective of the results.

According to him during the media’s Q&A section, the Red Devils board members are more than ready to give Solskjaer more time and financial support needed to turn things around at Old Trafford.

“I don’t think they see a decision to be made at the moment. There was obviously speculation around Solskjaer’s future during the international break but as I understand United are taking the patient approach.

“The club understand that this is going to be a rebuild that takes time and money and at the moment they have faith in Solskjaer to do it” he said.

Therefore, it could be long before we see a new manager at the helm of affairs at Old Trafford, though, Solskjaer is still under intense pressure to deliver.


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