Manchester United are considering sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager of the club, Manchester Evening News reports.
Man United hierarchy is giving serious consideration to dismissing Solskjaer before the club’s next Premier League game at Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
Man United managing director, Richard Arnold, cancelled his appointments on Monday in order to hold urgent talks with Joel Glazer amid mounting pressure on Solskjaer, and an increased clamour for his almost-three year tenure to be brought to an end.
This is coming after Man United suffered an embarrassing 5-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday at Old Trafford.
The defeat to Liverpool was Man United’s worst-ever home loss to their biggest rivals.
It was also their five defeats in their last nine games, and they are also without a win in their previous four Premier League matches.
It is understood Man United players are on a day off ahead of preparations for the Tottenham clash.
The Red Devils have a rare free midweek due to their elimination from the League Cup against West Ham last month.
Meanwhile, following Man United’s defeat to Liverpool, Solskjaer maintained his squad was on course to succeed under his management.