Manchester United head coach, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer is not in danger of losing his job, contrary to multiple reports making the rounds he is set to be replaced by former Tottenham boss, Mauricio Pochettinho.
United have begun the new football season poorly, picking up just 7 points from a possible 18 in the English Premier League.
United also lost a UEFA Champions League match against a lowly Istanbul Bakasehir side on Wednesday, and tension appears to be mounting on Solskjaer.
However, according to reliable sources, like Fabrizio Romano, The Athletic and Sky Sports, the Norwegian is not in immediate danger of getting sacked.
Apparently, the powers that be at Old Trafford are happy with the former forward’s work so far, and are confident results will start looking up again, after the international break.
This effectively means that the rumours of an imminent sack, after recent reports Pochettinho was contacted to take over from next year are false, and the boss man is safe for now at least.