Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Paul Robinson, has insisted that Jadon Sancho will be worried about his future at the club now, following recent developments.
The Englishman joined United for £73 million from Borussia Dortmund this summer, but has failed to make an impact since.
Despite playing 11 times for United since his arrival, Sancho has failed to register a goal or an assist.
Against Liverpool and Tottenham, the 21 year old was left out on the bench, as Solskjaer tweaked his formation against Spurs to accommodate five at the back, after a humiliating 5-0 loss to The Reds.
And according to Robinson, if Solskjaer decides to stick to the new formation, Sancho may be in trouble.
He told Football Insider, “Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played it very well against Spurs.
“They overran the midfield. The problem is, Jadon Sancho does not fit into that system.
“I cannot see Ole playing that system every week though. It was a tactical switch-up that they had clearly worked on in the week. They stumbled on a result and a performance.
“But if they stick with that system then Sancho is in trouble. Where would he play? He’s not going to play very often if it’s the case.
“I don’t think Manchester United will play that system every week but I’m sure Sancho is worried they will.”
Robinson’s comments come after Gary Neville also raised a similar concern about Sancho.