The dealer released shock news about Solskjaer, the earliest flying seat in the Premier League?

A series of bookmakers in England and across Europe have the same opinion about the future of coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at MU.

After receiving the defeat against Arsenal at home in the 7th round of the Premier League, MU continued to suffer another defeat when coming to Turkey before the team under Istanbul Basaksehir. These two consecutive failures are making the future of coach Solskjaer extremely bleak.

The DailyMail said that after the defeat to Istanbul, the odds of coach Solskjaer being fired suddenly increased, even the Norwegian strategist became the leading name in the list of coaches at risk of losing their foreign jobs English class.

Also in that context, the hashtag #Oleout (fired Ole) appeared with a dense frequency on Twitter. Many fans criticized Solskjaer and called on the Board of Directors to fire the Norwegian strategist as soon as possible.

Betfair and Paddy Power both put out a 6/5 (put 5 to 6) for Solskjaer as the next strategist to be fired. Meanwhile, bet365 bet 8/13 and Betvictor placed 4/5. This very low food bill shows that the danger of being fired is in the face of Solsa.

When asked about his future after losing to Istanbul, Solsa said: “I declined to comment on that. In such situations, you have to be steady. I was recruited by the club to do a job and I do it to the best of my ability with the staff. “

Also at this time, the bookmakers believe that the next person to sit in the chair of MU’s head coach is Mauricio Pochettino. The bet365 page places a 1/3 rate for the Argentinian strategist.

The pressure will multiply for Solsa when this weekend in the 8th round of the Premier League, MU will have a trip as a guest that is expected to be “more or less evil” before Everton, the team is eager to find the winning circuit after disappointing recent matches.

Recently, former Chelsea player Jason Cundy said that Solskjaer might have to leave the MU coach’s seat right after the eighth round of the Premier League this weekend, if MU lost to Everton: “The match against Everton will have decisive meaning Ole’s future. If MU loses, I think he will hit the road in the national teams play. A terrible pressure is on Ole’s shoulder, “Cundy said.

Back on the list of coaches most at risk of being fired, behind Solsa is Slaven Bilic, captain of West Brom. Although the Premier League rookie has been strengthened quite aggressively, there has been no victory and is ranked 18th in the rankings. Bilic’s odds of being fired are 1/3 (bet 3 to 1).

Scott Parker (7/1), who helped Fulham find his first victory this season, is third on the list. They are followed by Burnley’s Sean Dyche (January 10) and Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder (January 12).