- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been assured of Man United support despite poor start to the season
- The Red Devils are currently outside of top ten teams on the log after their first eight games
- Man United are however keen to stick with him, lining up four new signings for the Norwegian
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can now breath a sigh of relief as the embattled manager seems to have gotten vote of confidence from Manchester United chiefs.
The Red Devils boss is currently under immense pressure at Old Trafford following his side's poor start to the 2019-20.
United currently sit 12th on the standings with just nine points in what has been described as the club's worst start to a Premier League campaign.
The dip in form has seen furious fans slate Solskjaer for blame, with a section of them demanding for his sacking barely a year into the job.
The Red Devils will take on high flying Liverpool in their next league match, brewing suggestions that another bad result and performance could see the Norwegian handed marching orders.
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However, The Times reports that Solskjaer will remain United boss regardless of the outcome of the match as the club's top brass is well aware of the daunting task the tactician inherited.
The publication further contends United’s board is determined to be patient with Solskjaer, pledging to finance his targets after holding a series of meetings with him.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Man United will have to pay Ole Gunnar Solakjaer a whooping £7 million if they sack underfire manager.
The Norwegian born tactician has come under immense pressure at Old Trafford following the club's poor run of results in the new season.
United have picked just two wins in eight matches, with struggling Newcastle handing them a 1-0 defeat in their last league match.
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