Manchester United appear to have made their decision to sack Norwegian first-team coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after poor results.
Several press reports in England indicated that the management of manchester united English club decided to dismiss the coach of the Norwegian first-team Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his post after the poor results achieved by the team under his supervision recently following the humiliating fall to Watford 1-4 on Saturday in the English Premier League.
The loss was the fifth in the last seven domestic league matches and came after also severe defeats to Leicester city 2-4, Liverpool the traditional Grimm (0-5), and neighbors manchester city 0-2.
The times, the independent and manchester evening news reported that the emergency meeting called by the club late Saturday evening led to the decision to sack Solskjaer, who took office in December 2018, succeeding Portuguese Jose Mourinho.
Solskjaer renewed his three-year contract with the red devils in July and will therefore receive compensation of 7.5 million pounds.
Among the names nominated to succeed Solskjaer is Frenchman Zinedine Zidane, Ireland’s Brandon rogers, current Leicester city coach, and ajax coach Eric Ten Haag.