Alex Ferguson, legendary Manchester United manager, was recently caught up in what looked like a fierce spat with club's CEO Ed Woodward, suggesting the club may be going through a turbulent time.
Red Devils squandered a classic comeback at the very last minute in a dramatic 3-3 draw against Premier League newcomers Sheffield United.
In what proved to be a game of two halves, Solskjaer’s men turned the game on its head in a span of seven minutes courtesy of academy players who continue to show loads of promise.
But another highlight of the disappointing stalemate which is now heaping pressure on Ole Gunner Solskjaer is a moment the legendary manager was pictured in the stands having an intense spat with Woodward.
Manchester United are diving down the dark days with another disappointing draw in their first game after international break, and football fans are now wondering if Ferguson's spat is as a result of the club's torrid run.
Meanwhile, Fergie was considered one of the greatest managers of all time having won more trophies than any other manager in the history of football.
The 77-year-old joined Manchester United in 1986 and called it quit in 2013 after a successful spell spanning 26 years where he was able to win 38 trophies with Reds including 13 Premier League titles.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that Jose Mourinho is now expected to return to Old Trafford on December 4 as Tottenham manager as his side will face Manchester United in a big Premier League game.
The former Chelsea handler was recently appointed Tottenham boss and will face West Ham United in his first game in charge of Spurs.
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