On the back of six defeats from 12 matches in all competitions, the Norwegian has been left fighting for his job in the Old Trafford dugout.
Despite last weekend's 2-0 reverse at home to Manchester City, it has been claimed that the club's hierarchy have no immediate plans to appoint a new boss.
However, according to The Sun, there is a growing feeling behind the scenes that Solskjaer will eventually be removed from his position.
The report claims that players and backroom staff alike are expecting the powers-that-be to act over the coming weeks, providing that United remain on a similar trajectory.
The North-West giants face three away games in a row after the international break, those fixtures coming against Watford, Villarreal and Chelsea respectively. body check tags ::