- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come under immense pressure following Man United's inconsistent run of results
- United have already dropped five points at home, with their last outing against Everton ending in a 1-1 draw
- While the Red Devils still find themselves in the top four, Didi Hamann contends Solskjaer could get the boot soon
- The Norwegian only earned a new three-year bumper deal in the summer after leading United to a second-place finish in the league
Former Liverpool star Didi Hamann has said he expects Man United to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager 'soon.'
Solskjaer has found himself on the receiving end in recent days after United recording a number of unconvincing results across competitions.
The Red Devils are winless in three Premier League matches, suffering a shock home defeat to Aston Villa before they followed up that result with a 1-1 draw against Everton at the weekend.
Fascinatingly, despite the side's mixed results, they are still fourth on the standings and just two points off the top spot.
Be that as it may, Liverpool hero Didi has described United's recent performances as pathetic, insisting he does not see Solskjaer lasting long.
"Now I believe the pressure on the manager will grow a lot. I believe it is a matter of when – not if – they sack him because he has been there too long for you not to see any progression," he told SkySport.
According to Didi, the Red Devils boast immense talent and experience within their ranks but Solskjaer is unable to utilise them properly.
"They still play the same football which is not good to watch. That is not Manchester United," Didi observed.
"I think there will be a change of manager soon. Whether the new manager will be able to utilise their potential, we will have to see," he added.
United are scheduled to take on Leicester City in their next Premier League fixture before hosting Atalanta in their third group tie of the Champions League.
Ex-England striker want Ole sacked
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported Former Aston Villa star Gabby Agbonlahor has suggested Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserves to be sacked for benching Cristiano Ronaldo against Everton.
Agbonlahor was left fuming with Solskjaer's decision to leave a player of Ronaldo's magnitude on the bench.
The former England international insisted that Solskjaer's change of tactics was a sackable and unforgivable offence.