Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has been warned that the fans should be respected and considered in their decision to find a new coach ahead of next season.
It is no longer news that the Red Devils are in search of a new manager after they parted ways with former Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho last year December.
The former Chelsea boss was immediately replaced by former United forward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on a temporal basis with an announcement that they will go all out to secure a permanent manager in the coming summer window.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has gone ahead to do the magic by impressing the fans with a quality performance which had resulted in wins and returned the players back to their best.
So far, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen 11 games and he has recorded 10 out of it with a draw to make him unbeaten in his reign as United boss.
All of these feats have gotten to the fans which make them sing his praise and also chant his name all through games.
Red Devils legend, therefore, sends a warning to the club’s management that the fans might withdraw their support if they fail to hand Solskjaer a permanent role and that could be dangerous for the new manager.