Man United could be turning to their former manager following latest happenings with Ole Solskjaer
Solskjaer’s Man United reign has been the worst of reigns so far, as he has gone to put the team through the worst spell despite having some awesome talents at his disposal.
Man United after losing shamefully to Liverpool during the weekend just realized how bad of a manager Solskjaer is.
Despite several sack calls already coming in, the Norwegian still remains Man United manager.
Although it’s stated that he has just three matches to prove he can handle the team or he will be axed.
Major reason why he wasn’t fired after the Liverpool loss is mainly cause there isn’t any interim manager available to take up the role while United hunt for a long term manager.
On the other hand, there are now chances of Sir Alex Ferguson returning to management amidst this crises period.
According to The Times, United have also considered putting Sir Alex Ferguson in charge of the team while the hunt for a long term manager continues.
But so far, it’s just Solskjaer who remains there and his sack will be determined by how bad he does in his next three games.
Since his takeover, United has been reduced to a middle class team following their series of loses.
The 48-year-old has also gone two full seasons at the club without laying his hands on any trophy.
United could end up sacking him and replacing with Sir Alex Ferguson if things continue being bad.