Manchester United’s stance on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer future revealed

There is a lot of pressure on Manchester United to deliver silverware this season after going four straight seasons without a single trophy. As a result, their elimination from the League Cup at the hands of West Ham United in the third round must have been a massive disappointment for the Red Devils considering that every competition is an opportunity for them to end that streak.

In the Premier League though, things have been very different. Manchester United have won four and drawn one of their first five games. They sit joint top of the table on points right now, although Chelsea and Liverpool have a better goal difference.

Thus, the situation surrounding Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is definitely a bit confusing right now. While there have always been questions about him as a manager, there is no denying the fact that the Red Devils have shown a lot of progress since his arrival. And it does not look like there is any possibility of him departing Manchester United in the immediate future.

While speaking on his YouTube channel and as reported by The Peoples Person, Fabrizio Romano said regarding Solskjaer’s situation at Old Trafford:

“Solskjaer is really appreciated by the United board and the atmosphere around him is positive.

“The players are happy with Solskjær, so at the moment there is nothing which would suggest that he would be sacked in the coming hours or something similar.”

Manchester United need to win a trophy soon

It goes without saying that Manchester United need to win a trophy soon, especially after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Tom Heaton this summer.

The Red Devils have one of the strongest squads in world football right now and thus, there will be a lot of pressure on them to deliver this season. And while the overall results have been mixed this season till now, there is a lot of cause for optimism when it comes to the future.

Manchester United will be looking to bounce back from the disappointment of their midweek League Cup elimination against West Ham United, when they face Aston Villa this weekend in the Premier League.