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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'would consider resigning' if Man Utd slump continues – Mirror Online, Mirror

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'would consider resigning' if Man Utd slump continues – Mirror Online, Mirror


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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would reportedly consider resigning as Manchester United boss if the club’s struggles continue.

United are languishing in 12 th in the Premier League after a dismal start to the Premier League campaign.

They could drop into the relegation zone if results go against them this weekend with United taking on fierce rivalsLiverpoolon Sunday.

Solskjaer insisted he is confident he can turn things around when he was asked about his future in Friday’s press conference.

But it has emerged he would consider quitting if he felt it was in the best interests of the Red Devils.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrives for training

Anthony Martial is a fitness Doubt

The Metro reportsSolskjaer is desperate to avoid damaging the club, having spent so long there as a player.

And while the Norwegian maintains he can overcome this slump, he has ‘too much respect’ for supporters to put his pride first.

Those close to Solskjaer are said to believe he could jump before being axed, if he felt he was no longer the right man for the job.

Harry Maguire arrives at Carrington

Speaking ahead of the clash with Liverpool, Solskjaer said: “I’m confident in what we’re trying to do and with my staff, I’ve been so impressed.

“We need to create more chances, because at the back we’ve looked solid, but we haven’t been adventurous enough, taken enough risks.

“The best teams around take more risks, do more runs and maybe the boys, when they lose confidence, they play safe and it’s my duty to say it’s not safety.”

Jesse Lingard at Carrington

On Liverpool’s form he added: “They’re doing well in the league, that’s for sure, but we’re looking forward to this game

“It’s the perfect game for the players and fans. We’ve had a tough time, a difficult time lately and I’m sure we’ll give them a good game.

“I’m just working as planned, it’s business as usual, trying to improve the team, trying to work towards something. “

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