-Man United vs Liverpool upcoming clash saw Sir Alex Ferguson visit Solskjaer and Michael Carrick Carrington at the club's training ground
- The trio were spotted in a jovial mood as they had a chat
- Man United overtook Liverpool's league title haul during Fergie's reign to become England's most successful club
Legendary Man United boss was on Saturday, October 19, spotted at the club's Carrington training ground as the Premier League giants hastened preparations for their crunch clash against Liverpool.
The Red Devils are scheduled to take on the Jurgen Klopp-tutored side who have had a fine start to their season at Old Trafford on Sunday, October 20.
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United, on the other hand have endured an underwhelming campaign so far, collecting just two wins in eight matches of the new season.
The poor performances have seen club boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, come under immense pressure, with football pundits suggesting he could get the sack should his side suffer defeat to Liverpool.
However, Ferguson took some time out to spend time with Solskjaer, with the duo caught on camera having a jovial chat alongside first-team coach Michael Carrick.
Sir Alex is believed to have played a pivotal part in Solskjaer landing the United job on a temporary basis following Jose Mourinho's sacking in December 2018.
On his part, Solskjaer has often spoken about how big an influence Ferguson has been, revealing he draws his inspiration from the Scot.
Meanwhile, it was under Ferguson United overtook Liverpool's league title haul to emerge the most successful club in English league history.
During his time, the 77-year-old managed United 64 times against Liverpool, winning 29 of those meetings, with 14 of them ending in draws.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Manchester United are now on the verge of dropping to the relegation zone this season in the Premier League if they lose against Liverpool on Sunday, October 20.
Solskjaer and his men have not been impressive this season in the English topflight where they have only gotten two wins after eight games played.
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