Ole holding ‘crisis talks’, Watford build-up, Zidane ‘learning English’, Lingard EXCLUSIVE

MORNING, UNITED FANS

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can draw the sting from his critics with victory at the Hornets this afternoon.

The Manchester United boss still believes he is backed by the board and fans.

But the Red Devils won just one of their last six Premier League games before the international break.

And Solskjaer is 4/7 favourite to be the next Prem manager sacked.
Leicester chief Brendan Rodgers leads the betting to succeed Solskjaer at 8/1.

Zinedine Zidane is 6/1, Mauricio Pochettino 11/1 and Cristiano Ronaldo not a complete outsider at 25/1.

Solskjaer said: “Fans are still supporting the team and the club, they’ve been through this period, backed the team through the rebuild.

“When you lose a game you’re always disappointed and under pressure, we’ve been communicating openly and honestly.”

Main man Cristiano Ronaldo has urged United to dig deeper than ever to get back on track.

The Portugal striker posted on social media: “Time to roll up the sleeve once again and just get the job done!”

Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard used Instagram to make a huge hint he’s heading to former loan club West Ham after contract talks with United collapsed.

The £10million-rated England midfielder is tipped for a £10million permanent departure in January.

Old Trafford legend Rio Ferdinand has urged the Red Devils  to do ‘what ever it takes’ to sign England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 18, from Borussia Dortmund.

Finally, thigh-injury victim Paul Pogba has again updated fans on social media about his recovery from Dubai, saying the clock is ticking on his recovery.

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