🚨 Despite growing speculation over Solskjaer’s future, there remains no indication from the club hierarchy that a change is imminent and as things stand he will be in charge for United’s next game. That comes at Watford on November 20 and should the board’s existing position be maintained, the Norwegian will get another chance to improve the fortunes of a club. It appears a significant factor contributing to the stance on Solskjaer is the lack of available or credible options for the post if Ole is to be relieved of his duties. There is a sense in the industry that United ideally want to get to at least next summer with the present set-up and are reluctant to fire the 48-year-old while they are still in contention to qualify for the 2022-23 Champions League. (David Ornstein, The Athletic)
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