The pressure is growing on Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of Saturday’s tricky trip to Everton while the last two Premier League champions face off on Sunday when Manchester City hosts Liverpool at the Etihad.

Solskjaer’s reign at United has been characterised by extreme highs and lows but a loss at Goodison Park would raise serious questions about the Norwegian’s future at the club.

It was only two weeks ago that United impressively won away at Paris St Germain in the Champions League and followed up that victory with a 5-0 crushing of RB Leipzig at Old Trafford.


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But a lacklustre 1-0 home defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, which left United winless at home in the league this season, was followed by a woeful performance in Wednesday’s 2-1 loss at Istanbul Basaksehir.

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