With it being claimed that several Manchester United players are fed up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer amid the team's poor run of form, here is how Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly feels about his former teammate.
United's form has led to many questions being asked of the 48-year-old manager, who has been in charge of the club since 2018 after he first came into the role on an interim basis.
Following a promising three months, Solskjaer was handed the role permanently, but has, in that time, failed to deliver silverware like his predecessor Jose Mourinho did.
Overall, the view of the Norwegian's time as boss of the Red Devils has been positive, although the team's recent struggles threaten to tarnish his reputation as head coach, with reports suggesting several players in the squad are ready for him to leave.
Ronaldo, however, appears to feel differently about his ex-United colleague as he backs the former Molde and Cardiff manager to turn things around, according to the Daily Mirror.
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The publication points out that the 36-year-old's stance on Solskjaer could leave him in a tricky position if reports that his current teammates are growing increasingly frustrated with the manager are to be believed.
It was claimed a few weeks ago that Ronaldo urged those around him to not down tools following United's humiliating 5-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
The Portugal captain was also recently pictured taking his colleagues out for a dinner, for which he covered the costs, perhaps as he seeks to ensure the team remains optimistic about the season.
However, the 20-time English champions' defeat to Manchester City this past weekend seemed to expose more flaws in Solskjaer's system, with Pep Guardiola revealing after the game that he did not need to make a substitution due to how comfortable things were for his side.