Manchester United are still open to replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the manager of the first team, according to a recent report by The Athletic’s David Ornstein.
This is despite the 3-0 win recorded last weekend, when Manchester United played Tottenham.
Solskjaer reportedly has 2 more matches to impress the Man Utd hierarchy, including the games against Atalanta on Tuesday, and Manchester City later at the weekend.
But the club doesn’t want to fire the Norwegian just yet, as they’re looking to wait until the summer of 2022 before effecting a managerial change, and that is if things still don’t improve in the near future.
Antonio Conte was rumoured to be a favorite for Solskjaer’s job if he is fired, but with the Italian close to being appointed the new manager of Tottenham, it remains to be seen who United will turn to.