PREMIER - Solskjaer receives 100% support from club and players
According to The Athletic, the club continues to have faith in Solskjaer, but there is a definite desire for better results and performances.
Furthermore, according to the article, first-team players in the locker room like Solskjaer and want him to succeed.
The club was in bad shape when Solskjaer took charge in December 2018, and he will be credited with most of the rebuilding, but with the new season comes more expectation and scrutiny.
The recent dismal form of United has put a spotlight on Solskjaer's management qualifications, and some who were previously certain in their support for him are beginning to waver.
Manchester United's next two months will be crucial as they embark on a grueling schedule that includes games against Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Arsenal all within the next eight weeks.