Ahead Of Chelsea And Arsenal Match Decision To Sack Ole Put On Hold.

Ahead of Chelsea and Arsenal clash Manchester United has put on hold decision to sack Manager, Ole Gunner Solskjaer.

Though the red devils are increasingly likely to sack Ole Solskjaer at some point soon with games against Chelsea and Arsenal coming up after the international break.

Solskjaer surprisingly kept his job after the 5-0 humiliation to Liverpool at Old Trafford but an equally worse performance in the Manchester derby against local rivals Man City on Saturday has heaped even more pressure onto the Norwegian with his position looking more and more untenable as the days go on.

Report has it according to Manchester Evening News (MEN) that the club legend is still on borrowed time as United manager but the hierarchy at Old Trafford will only make a change if an obvious replacement comes up in the near future, as they have now lost out on Antonio Conte to Spurs.

A victory on their travels against Watford 20th November now appears imperative if Solskjaer were to make the Chelsea fixture on November 28 and the Arsenal game a few days later on December 2, with the current gap to leaders Chelsea standing at nine points.

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