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Finally Ole's Future Has Been Confirmed After A Series Of Poor Performances & Results

Ole Gunnar hasn't had such a star studded team like the one at his disposal at the moment as Manchester United manager. There is no ellusion that the Norwegian International had brought in some marquee signings last summer.

Sancho, Varane and Ronaldo joined some high profile players at Carrington training center. With Pogba, Bruno, Maguire, David and Cavani playing the welcoming role to the trio. Many fans expectations were to see their team start from front foot in these new campaign.

But defeats to Young Boys (Champions league), West Ham (Carabao Cup) and Aston Villa in the premier league. We're followed up by draws against Saint's and Everton. Which didn't go down well with Cristiano Ronaldo and Pogba as they stormed out of the pitch in frustrations.

These got the fans annoyed which prompted #OleOut trending on tweeter. With many spectators linking two candidates Zinedine and Conte to Manchester United dugout job with immediate effect.

But now former Manchester United player now SkySports Pundit Gary Neville. Has offered a sign of confirmation on Ole's future at the club. As per the Express, while watching Liverpool vs Manchester City clash. And marquee these is a very informed personal in the UK as far as football news are concerned.

The latter went into Instagram Live session to offer his sentiments. He said, "A lot of you are saying Ole out. I get it, I know you're annoyed, I get it. Manchester United have had a lot of problems in these last 10 years since Sir. Alex left.

Varane has just come in, Sancho has just come in, Ronaldo has come in, give them a few months to settle. Let's at least keep calm until the end of the season. There is no one going anywhere until the end of the season. "Concluded former United right back.

Manchester United face a round of tough fixtures after the International break. Even though the club seems to back up Ole for now. With Leicester City, Atalanta, Liverpool, Tottenham and Atalanta coming thick and fast.

Definitely without some victories there will surely be a decision on Ole's future from the Owners. Especially with the risk of dropping down to Europa league competition. If red devil's don't win against Atalanta and reverse fixture against Villareal or at least pick up a draw against the Spaniards.

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