Former Liverpool midfielder, Jamie Redknapp, has claimed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently clinging to his job at Manchester United.
United’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League ended on Sunday, with a 1-1 draw at Huddersfield.
It means United have won just twice in their ten matches since appointing Solskjaer on a full-time basis.
Redknapp believes Solskjaer should already be fearing for his job and could be gone by October.
“I do not for one minute want Solskjaer to fail but already it feels like the scale of the job could be too big for him.
“We do not know if United tried to lure Mauricio Pochettino from Tottenham but executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward must be wondering if he has made a mistake.
“Solskjaer has been entrusted with one of the biggest brands in world sport. It is now six years and counting since United last won the Premier League title.
“Regardless of the size of the task at hand, he will be under immense pressure should United be several points off the pace and languishing in sixth place again come October,” Redknapp told the Daily Mail.