Manchester United chief Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s days in the Red Devils hotseat appear to be numbered after the side’s latest devastating setback last night.

The club slumped to a dismal 2-0 loss to lowly Sean Dyche’s Burnley on a disastrous night at home.

Goals from Jay Rodriguez and Chris Wood condemned United to defeat, with supporters audibly turning on the ownership of the club.

Vile chants were directed at club chief Ed Woodward, but Solskjaer did not escape criticism.

The 46-year-old has incredibly now lost more league matches than he has won since being appointed permanent Red Devils manager and odds for him to be sacked have tumbled since the Clarets loss.

Ole is now just 8/15 to be sacked before the end of the term, and 6/1 to be dispensed with before the January 29th derby versus Manchester City.

And the speculations surrounding Mauricio Pochettino won’t go away.

The popular former Tottenham head coach has been out of work since being considering the boot by Spurs on 19 November.

Old Trafford senior figures are thought to be long-term admirers of the 47-year-old, who is the clear favourite for the post at Manchester United, should Solskjaer be sacked at odds of just 1-2.

In other news, according to the Daily Mail, Inter Milan have stolen a march on Barcelona and Juventus by holding fresh discussions and are now preparing to offer Manchester United ace Tahith Chong a five-year contract in the hope of tempting him to San Siro.

Chong, who has made 11 first-team appearances for his side in total, moved to Old Trafford from Dutch club Feyenoord in 2016.