Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will continue as Manchester United manager despite the 4-2 defeat against Brendan Rodger's side, Leicester City with the Red Devils' top brass said to be fully behind the Norwegian tactician amid sacking calls.
According to the latest reports from Athletic UK Journalist, David Ornstein, the 48 year old is 100% secure at the Theatre of Dreams as things stand and that the United top bosses are hoping for things to change as soon as possible under his management following heavy investment in the last summer transfer window.
"As things stand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer position as Manchester United manager understood to be 100% secure. Despite poor run of form 48 year old still has support of Manchester United board. Signed new contract in running until July 2024 with option of further year," tweeted Ornstein.
Meanwhile, the Red half of Manchester are currently bracing a poor run of form with them managing only two wins and a whopping four defeats in their last seven games and hence, making the fans to call for the Norwegian's immediate sacking.
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