Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has been given a three game ultimatum to turn things around in the club or he could lose his job. Their next three games are against Tottenham Hotspur, Atalanta and Manchester City respectively. The big question here is, can he survive the three game ultimatum?.
The Norwegian came under very heavy pressure for the first time since he became Manchester United manager, after suffering a very shocking and embarrassing 0-5 defeat against Liverpool on Sunday, 24th October, at Old Trafford. His position has come under criticisms and the club fans are calling for his sack.
Reports have it that, Manchester United managing director, Richard Arnold, cancelled all appointments on Monday, 25th October, to hold talks with Glazer about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's position. Rumours currently have it that the club have already approached former Juventus and Chelsea's manager Antonio Conte, and have held talks with his camp.
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