Manchester United players feel manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future in the club will be determined by their next two matches. United have assured that Solskjaer’s position is safe.
The board still believe the 48-year-old is the man to take them forward despite a poor run of results.
But some players view the Champions League clash with Atalanta on Wednesday and Sunday’s Premier League showdown with Liverpool as crucial to the future of the manager.
“Some of the players think Solskjaer has two games and that if United don’t win these two games, he could leave.
“They’re such important matches for the club in the Champions League and Premier League.
“It is a bad situation at the moment. It’s hard to see a big future for Solskjaer if United don’t win these games,”
a source told SunSport.