Little chance of Solskjaer seeing out the season at Manchester United, say bookmakers

Under-pressure Red Devils boss is odds on to leave before Christmas as his side’s impressive start to the season becomes a distant memory.

Bookmakers are convinced that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will leave Manchester United before the end of the season.

Once again, as seems to have been a common thread during his tenure at Old Trafford, pressure is mounting on the Norwegian.

United have picked up just one point from their last three Premier League games and the performances have left a lot to be desired.

This all comes off the back of United enjoying a celebrated summer in the transfer market with Raphael VaraneJadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo all joining Solskjaer's squad.

From 8/15, Solskjaer is now listed at 4/11 with Betfair to leave United before the end of the season - and the probability for that to happen is over 70%.

Indeed, with league games against LiverpoolManchester City and Tottenham Hotspur on the horizon, Solskjaer could have some more tough times to come. He is also odds-on to be out before Christmas, at 8/11.

With the pressure mounting, it is no surprise that United's title odds have increased massively to 28/1 having been just 16/1 with Planet Sport Bet before the weekend defeat to Leicester.

It's a far cry from September when, following their dramatic win over West Ham, United were as short as 5/1 to win the Premier League.

Indeed, despite being only a fifth of a way into the Premier League season, it is already looking like a three-horse race following United's poor run.

Champions Manchester City are odds-on at 10/11 to reclaim their crown, with European champions Chelsea 5/2 and Liverpool 10/3.

Cristiano Ronaldo Man Utd at Leicester Oct21

United's woes are also reflected in the PFA Player of the Year market, with Ronaldo out to 6/1 to win a title he was favourite for shortly after his return.

On the back of a spectacular October, it is Mo Salah who now heads the market, with the Egyptian 7/4 with Planet Sport Bet to be crowned the Premier League's best player.

Salah, who bagged his seventh goal of the season against Watford on Saturday, is also the 15/8 favourite to finish the campaign as the division's leading scorer.

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