Manchester United could reportedly consider a managerial change, should the result not improve under Ole Gunnar Solkjaer in the coming months.
The Red Devils ended the previous campaign on a high with a fourth place finish, but they have struggled at the beginning of the current season with just three points from the opening three games.
They were also fortuitous to come up with maximum points against Brighton & Hove Albion on the road, where the Seagulls hit the woodwork on a record five occasions.
According to The Mirror, the club’s hierarchy are not considering Solskjaer’s position at the moment, but things could change, should the results fail to improve.
United have a tough schedule after the international break. They have an away outing at Newcastle United and that will be followed by games against Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, RB Leipzig and Arsenal.
A poor run of form during this period could directly impact Solskjaer’s position. It is reported that Mauricio Pochettino could be the main contender for the head coach role, if Solskjaer is sacked.