- Ole Gunner Solskjaer could be axed at Manchester United according to Jason Cundy
- United have lost three of their last four home games in the Premier League
- Cundy claims that the United manager would likely be fired if they lose to Everton
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been reportedly notified that he will be booted out of Manchester United if his side loses their next Premier League clash away at Everton.
The tactician who has guided the Red Devils to three losses out of four home games this season could be on his way out of the Old Trafford club.
Manchester United are currently languishing in 15th place on the PL standings and there are increased chances that the manager would be sacked anytime soon.
Although they have maintained a perfect start to their Champions League campaign beating French champions PSG as well as RB Leipzig, and they face Turkish outfit Istanbul Basaksehir on Wednesday, November 4.
The Premier League giants then return to domestic action when they play away to Everton on Saturday, November 7 – a match which has been regarded as a make-or-mar fixture for Solskjaer.
Former Chelsea star-turned pundit Jason Cundy has stated that a defeat for United in that game could likely see Solskjaer fired at United.
Cundy told talkSPORT cited in Mirror:
“The problem Ole’s got now is that he’s picked up one point from four at home.
“The teams he’s dropped points against are Spurs – three, two against Chelsea and another three at the weekend.
“Those teams are teams who will be looking to finish above United. The board will be looking at that quite closely.
“This is massive for Ole, I think if they were to lose against (Everton) then that international break... that can be a graveyard for some managers.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Roy Keane has written-off Man United's chances of finishing among the top four teams this season following their 1-0 home loss to Arsenal on Sunday, November 1.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slotted from the spot in the 69th minute of the match to condemn United to a huge defeat at Old Trafford.
The loss was the Red Devils' third of the new campaign and left them sitting 15th on the league standings with just seven points from six matches.
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