Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has time on his side at Manchester United.
Mauricio Pochettino's name looms large at Old Trafford but it seems the incumbent is going nowhere.
According to reports, Solskjaer will not be sacked regardless of whether United qualify for Europe this season.
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Failure to secure a top-six finish in the Premier League will not cost Solskjaer his job, reports the Daily Star.
United are struggling for consistency and appear destined to miss out on the Champions League places.
But while executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is "long-time admirer" of Pochettino, he will reportedly keep faith with Solskjaer even if middling results end in the Red Devils missing out on Europe.
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