The pressure is back on Solskjaer following United’s group-stage exit from the Champions League on Tuesday evening with a calamitous 3-2 loss at RB Leipzig.
A number of Manchester United players reportedly believe head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the source of the team’s problems.
United’s players have often backed the Norwegian in public, with skipper Harry Maguire insisting after the loss in Germany that the players were to blame, not the manager’s tactics.
It is claimed that Paul Pogba’s future is not helping matters, with a number of players wanting to see the back of the midfielder, while others think Dean Henderson is deserving of a run in the team in place of David de Gea.
Tuesday’s defeat means that Solskjaer is the first manager to lose six of his first 10 games in the Champions League while in charge of an English side.
However, the Manchester Evening News suggests that there are some dissenting voices in the United dressing room on the back of this latest setback.
The Red Devils are sixth in the Premier League and return to action on Saturday with a home match against rivals Manchester City.