Despite calls for his sack, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may just remain the manager of Manchester United until the next six to seven months, according to Manchester Evening News.
The Norwegian has seen his Manchester United side suffer a slump in form, after an impressive start to life in the league this term.
The Red Devils have won just four out of their first eleven matches in the Premier League this term, and currently occupy sixth, after a 2-0 loss to Manchester City on the previous match day before the international break.
But sources within Old Trafford claim that even if United do want to see a change in management if things don’t immediately start improving under Solskjaer, there’s a general uncertainty as to when he would be sacked, and he could be there until the end of the current campaign.
Brendan Rodgers is the frontrunner for the job should Solskjaer get the sack, but the club also has some admiration for Erik ten Hag and Luis Enrique, with former Real Madrid boss seeming to distant himself from the job.