Mourinho and Guardiola can end the Solskjaer era

According to The Sun, the coach fears that his project will end if he loses to Tottenham and City, his next two rivals. United is ninth with 18 points.


Manchester United is signing one of its worst campaigns remembered in recent years. The Red Devils are ninth with only 18 points in 14 games and Solskjaer is already fully aware that his position at the head of the team is in danger.

According to The Sun, the Norwegian really fears of course if the next two games do not go well. Its rivals, two of the strongest in the Premier: the new Tottenham by Jose Mourinho, in full resurrection, and Manchester City, which United has only managed to beat once in the Premier League since the arrival of Pep Guardiola. All in just one week that seems more than key in the season

His dismissal as a motivational tactic

This British newspaper says that Solskjaer has used his possible dismissal as a tactic to motivate his own in the face of these two games. He knows that his continuity is played and he wants to convince everyone who is with him to save him from burning before his predecessor and against the maximum rival.

Despite the bad results and the possible dismissal, The Sun stands out, that the Norwegian has the confidence of the owners and Vice President Ed Woodward. From the highest levels of the club they know that a reconstruction project is being initiated based on the evolution of several young youth players who need some time. But the club needs results and a Solskjaer depends on them to the limit that has not known victory for three games.



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