Manchester United are going through a terrible run of form this season, which has seen them drop out of the Premier League top four, eliminated from the Carabao Cup and also struggle to get good results in a relatively easy Champions League group.
In their eleven games played so far across all competitions, they have been defeated on four occasions, drew one and won five.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might be having limited time to fix United's problem this season, or risk getting sacked.
So in this article, we will looking at the possible time the Manchester United manager could be sacked, if the team's results doesn't improve.
Although, reports are claiming that the Manchester United board are solidly in support of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and will still want to give him more time at the club.
But the Manchester United board could stand a risk of offending the United's fans, if they failed to sack the manager with continuous poor performance of the team, in the coming weeks.
It is believed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would have the ultimatum of only two games to save his job at the club, which is their Champions League group fixture against Atalanta and Premier League game against Liverpool this weekend.
According to reports, the games against Atalanta and Liverpool are extremely crucial for the Manchester United boss, and failure to produce good results in those games could spell the end of the Norwegian at the club.
Manchester United could drop to fourth position on their Champions League group table, if they are defeated by Atalanta, and if Villarreal also get a brilliant results against Young Boys. They could also drop out of the top six in the Premier League, if they lose to Liverpool on Sunday, which the fans will not be happy about.
The Manchester United board might have no choice than to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, if he fails to win in both games against Atalanta and Liverpool.
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