The Mirror reports that the Glazer family. The owners of Manchester United will not give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer any money to add to the squad this January.
The Red Devils’ performance at the start of the season has been disappointing in the eyes of supporters, despite investments in Jadon Sancho, Rafael Varane and Cristiano Ronald. Ronaldo came to the team, causing the Norwegian coach to work hard.
In the past, there have been ongoing reports about changing the coach. With the names of many trainers involved in the news, but Solcha is still in the position until now.
According to media reports, the Glazer family, which hosts the team. That will not be spending any additional money in the January market. So that is meaning Solskjaer will have to use his current players until the end of the season.
Manchester United are set to face Watford in the Premier League after the international fixtures on Saturday 20 November.
Manchester United’s owners have been accused of having “no ambition” for sticking with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager.
The pressure on the United boss continues to build. After another poor performance in their derby day defeat to Manchester City.
Just a fortnight on from their 5-0 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool. The loss emphasised how far off United find themselves from the Premier League’s top sides. It despite a summer of bringing in big-name signings in order to try and close the gap.
Many expected Solskjaer to be sacked following the Liverpool defeat. But two weeks on, there looks to be no suggestion of a change being made at Old Trafford.