Man Utd board gives Solskjaer backing despite defeat against Burnley at OT
Manchester United hierarchy has no plans at all to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite him getting the club’s worst points tally in the English League after 30 years (24 games, 34 points).
The Red Devils has lost a record 4 matches in just 2020 and it is believed that the board has no intention of a managerial change this season.
The club’s hierarchy and players are fully supporting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his coaching staffs despite earning the worst point tally since the 1988/1989 season.
Rebuilding has already begun in the club; as an evidence of the transfer budget spent at the beginning of the season and it is known that the process will take time and cannot be completed overnight.
According to Skysports, Manchester United who are 30 points behind klopp’s side will not make any managerial change in the dugout at this moment as they fully backs the club’s legend for his long term rebuilding project.
Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez of Burnley dashed the hopes of the struggling Solskjaer’s side on a Wednesday night as they remain 4 points behind the Uefa Champions League zone making Burnley gets their first win at Old Trafford since 1962.
Manchester United has 8 days remaining in the January transfer window for new quality signings after loosing Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Scott Mctominay to injury where Paul Pogba has missed 29 matches alone this season.
Though, there has been numerous rumours that Sporting’s Bruno Fernandes will be making a switch to Old Trafford but the player’s agent, Jorge Mendes revealed that it will be made possible in the summer and not this January transfer window.
So far, as they lost Marcus Rashford to Injury, there has been no goal threat in the front line as the club will be doing everything in their powers to bring in a new striker this January transfer window.