While other managers are working with their players who were not called up for the international break, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has given his players and staff a week off and he has also headed for vacation with his family in his home country of Norway.
This is quite strange considering the current situation of the club and if there's anyone who should work extra time with his coaching team to find solutions to the team's current problems, it should be him but he has jetted off to Norway to relax for a week.
Could it be that he knows what we don't know? Could it be that he is not coming back and his dismissal would be announced why he is still away in Norway? This and many other questions beg answers but the end of the international break will answer them all.
Manchester United's first game back after the international break would be against Watford, a win certainly ease the pressure a bit but with games against Chelsea and Arsenal coming after, it could prove the end of the era for Solskjaer if results don't go United's way.