Manchester United continues to drown in the waters of horrible performances, they used to manage to win or draw games, but now they can't and are now losing, having lost four from their last seven games, a return that is extremely poor of a talented and expensive squad.
Head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from José Mourinho in 2018 on an interim role but was soon made permanent in 2019. He has been given two contract renewals since that time with his recent renewal coming at the beginning of the season. He was given a new three years contract till 2024.
He is one of the highest paid managers in the league and pockets over £10m per year and £200,000 per week. This is the huge salary he receives to deliver horrible performances and smile home. Not many managers in the league have that luxury, he's up there in earnings with Jürgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel all of whom are superior managers.
He is certainly now walking on a tightrope and could be sacked if results don't improve. Manchester United's board are reportedly behind him 100% but things could change if the results get worse and also if further frustration grows within the squad especially with Cristiano Ronaldo.