Manchester United’s superstars Bruno Fernandes and Cristiano Ronaldo are reportedly starting to doubt Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his coaching team after an agonizing defeat against Manchester City.
The Red Devils have started the season on a disappointing note as they have already fallen to sixth place in the Premier League and nine points behind the league leader Chelsea.
Following a productive summer transfer window, Solskjaer’s side were thought to mount a title challenge this term. However, things haven’t gone according to the plan for the Norwegian boss.
As per the report in Daily Mail, Bruno Fernandes and Ronaldo are the mainstays in questioning the manager and his coaching staff for the recent downfall of Manchester United. The midfielder believes that they were not provided with any clear direction by the Norwegian boss and his backroom staff on how the Old Trafford outfit will be set up this season.
The 27-year-old has also questioned the efficiency of the Norwegian’s coaching staff, given they are very young and haven’t had any experience, before taking over the Red Devils’ coaching job.
Ronaldo has also questioned the club’s current standards. The 36-year-old was aware of the recent slip up before joining. But, he did not have any idea that Manchester United’s standards have gone down this much in the last 12 years.
Will Manchester United dismiss Solskjaer after Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes’ revolt?
Sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be the right decision from Manchester United. The manager has failed miserably this season and the team has looked disjointed in the recent games.
After losing to adversaries Liverpool and Manchester City on an aggregate of 7-0 at Old Trafford, there is no way back for the Norwegian boss. So, dismissing him will be the shrewd decision for the Red Devils hierarchy.
The Old Trafford outfit currently have a talented squad that can flourish under the guidance of an elite tactician. So, the appointment of a world-class manager might still save this season for the Old Trafford faithful, given they are still in the Champions League and F.A Cup.
So, it will be interesting to see what the Red Devils hierarchy will decide about Solskjaer’s future as the international break will be a perfect time for dismissing the Norwegian.