Despite their 2-0 loss to Manchester City on Saturday, Manchester United have no intentions to replace manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
According to Sky Sports, the club has given no indication that Solskjaer would lose his position.
Currently, the 48-year-old is likely to lead United against Watford following the international break.
Following Liverpool’s 5-0 humiliation, speculation was rife, but despite strong ties to Antonio Conte, who is currently the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Solskjaer remained in charge.
United’s win against Tottenham and a draw at Atalanta last week, which maintained them top of their Champions League group, appeared to have eased the situation.
The 2-0 setback to City, on the other hand, sparked speculation over Solskjaer’s future.
Former United defender Gary Neville said after the City win that a decision would not be made until after Ed Woodward’s departure at the end of the year.
Although no choice on a successor to Woodward has been made, that process is not likely to have any influence on decisions made about the manager, since the board takes such decisions as a whole, with Joe signing off on the final decision.