Manchester United’s hierarchy are prepared to remain patient with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite the club’s recent elimination from the Champions League.
The Red Devils were recently ousted from the elite competition after a 3-2 defeat to RB Leipzig on the road and they will now feature in the round of 32 stage of the Europa League.
Despite the setback, the board have no concerns with the management of Solskjaer and believe he is still the right manager to carry the club forward, according to The Mail.
The club were two goals behind against the Saints on the road, but they managed to make a stunning second half comeback to win 3-2. Similarly, they came from one-nil behind to beat the Hammers 3-1.
On both occasions, they were outplayed during the first half and that remains a cause for concern for the Red Devils ahead of the weekend’s Manchester derby.