Former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, has said there might be a “mutiny” in the squad, should the club decide against giving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the job on a permanent basis.
The Norwegian has remained unbeaten domestically, only losing 2-0 to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.
“Three months ago if it was 0-0 at home they would have been singing “attack, attack, attack”.
“They were singing “Ole Gunnar Solskjaer” all of the second-half. The mood has completely transformed.
“He has the crowd with him. I think at this moment in time if you’re the board you are not in a position where you could give it to someone else, I think there would be a mutiny.
“The fans love him. They were getting behind the team in the second-half but mostly they were singing for him,” Neville told Sky Sports after United’s 0-0 draw with Liverpool on Sunday.