Manchester United have yet to win a trophy with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who crashed in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup semi-finals but lost the Europa League final last season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been informed that he will continue if Manchester United do not win a trophy this season.
This comes at a time when the Red Devils are experiencing one of the worst silver droughts in recent history, after four years without a title.
They were closer last season when they finished second in the Europa League after losing to Villarreal on a penalty shoot-out.
But it was a competition they had to win without too much trouble and the loss was terribly disappointing.
There were other tough decisions after being eliminated from the FA Cup semi-finals and Carabao last season.
However, United are fast becoming a target like most men, although they are looking to change all that with their transfers this summer, and the pending arrivals of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane are designed to end their silver voodoo.
And former Arsenal star Ray Parlor believes Solskjaer could be the end of the line if he doesn’t finally lift a trophy next season.
“He’s under pressure … even though he knows it,” Parlor told talkSPORT.
“He’s a down-to-earth man and he’s been in great locker rooms that have been very successful with Sir Alex Ferguson.
“He knows exactly what Manchester United is, he knows the expectations of the whole world, the support they receive is incredible, probably the best in the world in the Premier League.
“Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs all the help he can get and he has good quality players, which gives him a lot of chances to win trophies.
“But if he doesn’t win trophies and they have a bad season, I’m sure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be the first to admit that he didn’t work out and move on.”
In addition to Sancho and Varane, United is also targeting Kieran Trippier and Eduardo Camavinga.
It comes amidst a multi-club summer madness, with Arsenal already signing two players, while Manchester City are considering acquiring Harry Kane and Jack Grealish.