A tier-1 source has revealed the Manchester United dressing room atmosphere ahead of Tottenham clash as the club is more fortunate to maintain a little bit of calmness unlike the time of Jose Mourinho.
With the decision of the board earlier during the week, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains a popular figure behind the scenes at Old Trafford despite the disappointing run of results.
More so, according to ESPN FC, the atmosphere in the Manchester United dressing room is nowhere near ‘as toxic as it was under Jose Mourinho’.
While the Red Devils were much more ruthless to sack Mourinho and his predecessor, Louis van Gaal, the squad harmony remains an ace in the Norwegian’s sleeve.
The players are calm and there is no much dispute as everyone is committed to give in their best to correct the bad impression that happened on Sunday against Liverpool.
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They are in need of good results, that will not just save the Solskjaer’s job but lift the mood of the supporters and fans.
Solskjaer will remain in charge for the Premier League trip to Tottenham on Saturday but the 48-year-old reportedly has three games (vs Spurs, Atalanta and Manchester City) to save his job.