Manchester United have made it clear to agents, that there are no plans to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their manager, the UK Sun reports.
The 48-year-old has increasingly come under pressure in recent weeks, with his side managing just one point from their last three league matches.
That run leaves the Red Devils in sixth place ahead of the visit of Liverpool to Old Trafford on Sunday.
Even the Champions League victory over Atalanta was not straightforward, with the Serie A side taking a 2-0 lead into the half-time break.
That has led to speculation as to how unsafe Solskjaer’s job is at Old Trafford.
But United have made it clear they still have faith in the Norwegian.
It is understood a number of agents have expressed interest in helping the Premier League club find a replacement should they be needed.
But senior officials at United have been told there is no vacancy to fill.
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