Manchester United manager and Norwegian tactician, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to be in a driving seat at the moment with the Red Devils' top brass said to be fully backing him up despite the poor performances in the last few games.
According to reports from reputable journalist, Fabrizio Romano, the United bosses are not planning to replace Solskjaer anytime soon, with them hoping that the results will improve in the coming weeks, after reinforcing the squad for the 48 year old during the last summer transfer window.
However, despite the current backing from the board, Romano believes that the managerial situation could still change in the coming weeks should the Red Devils fail to pick up form in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, amid the ongoing crisis at Old Trafford, a section of fans are already calling for the Norwegian's sacking, and are hence, backing either of former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and ex-Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane to take over at the Theatre of Dreams.
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