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The Red Devils have endured a torrid start to the new season, taking just seven points from as many games to sit in 15th place in the Premier League table. They have also gone six games without a win at Old Trafford.
United were beaten 1-0 at home to Arsenal in Solskjaer's 100th game in charge on Sunday, leading to criticism from several of the Norwegian's former Old Trafford teammates, including Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes.
"There were players everywhere. It ended up being a mess" :red_circle:@GNev2 says Manchester United have more problems than solutions and their midfield balance remains a huge issue for the club. pic.twitter.com/bPaevBciTv- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 2, 2020
"He's rotating from game to game to try and keep everyone happy but he's going to end up losing himself if he's not careful," said Neville.
United's next two fixtures could well decide Solskjaer's fate. United travel to Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Wednesday before the tricky prospect of a trip to high-flying Everton at the weekend.
If he does get the chop, a host of top names will be in the running and now SkyBet has listed the most fancied.
10. Chris Wilder - 20/1
Let Sheffield United to a top-half finish in their first season back in the Premier League last term.
9. Ralf Rangnick - 18/1
Impressed during his time at RB Leipzig and his style of football could be well suited to United.
8. Rafa Benitez - 18/1
Would the Red Devils really contemplate a move for a former Liverpool manager?
7. Julian Nagelsmann - 18/1
Saw his RB Leipzig team beaten heavily at Old Trafford recently, but his stock continues to rise
6. Michael Carrick - 16/1
Currently assisting Solskjaer at United. Would be a big ask for his first job in management.
5. Brendan Rodgers - 16/1
Another ex-Liverpool man to be linked. Doing a fine job with Leicester.
4. Laurent Blanc - 14/1
Has the pedigree having managed France and Paris Saint-Germain, but has been out of work since 2016.
3. Ralph Hasenhuttl - 12/1
The Austrian has done a brilliant job at Southampton and is another to have impressed at RB Leipzig.
2. Massimiliano Allegri - 6/1
Out of work since leaving Juventus in 2019 but won trophies galore during his time with the Turin giants.
1. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/13
The former Southampton and Spurs boss says he's ready to return to football a year after leaving Tottenham.
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