Epic moment: Solskjaer escape Man Utd fans attack with his family
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has escaped the noise surrounding his Manchester United future by flying back home to Norway with his family on Monday.
Solskjaer has come under increasing pressure in recent weeks with his future at Old Trafford being questioned
Following a number of calamitous performances against fierce rivals Liverpool and Manchester City.
United were booed off at half-time and full time against City on Saturday following a defeat
That was every bit as humiliating as the five-goal mauling against Liverpool two weeks earlier.
And now it appears the 48-year-old is looking to seek out some home comforts back in Norway
while a number of his first-team players head off on international duty.
Solskjaer was pictured on Monday afternoon carrying a sky blue bag as he
And his wife and two sons made their way to the Signature Private Jet Terminal at Manchester Airport.
The Norwegian manager looked to be in high spirits before boarding his flight back to Molde.
It comes days after the Manchester derby at the Theatre of Dreams turned into the stuff of nightmares for Solskjaer
As he watched his helpless United side lack any quality to go toe-to-toe with Pep Guardiola’s men.
After going down to an Eric Bailly own goal and then a poorly-defended Bernardo Silva second on the stroke of half-time
Solskjaer was left to question where it all went so wrong once again.
It saw the United boss come out swinging, where he insisted that he is ready to soldier on as manager of Manchester United, despite another chastening home defeat.
The United boss conceded that the 2-0 defeat was ‘a big step backwards’
Admitted he is glad for the international break — as former United stars lined up to criticise ‘a mauling’ by their rivals.