Once again, a United manager is under pressure and this time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can't afford many more slip-ups as the club have already been knocked out to the Champions League and have been chucked back into the Europa League.
At the start of the season, the Norwegian was at under EVENS to be the next Premier League manager sacked, following a home defeat to Crystal Palace, an exceptionally fortunate victory over Brighton & Hove Albion and the club's joint-biggest home Premier League loss, as Tottenham Hotspur bagged six at Old Trafford.
Now, following, their loss to RB Leipzig and a lacklustre 0-0 in the Manchester derby, the United boss is the 7/1 favourite to be the next manager in the Premier League to be sacked and a run of poor results in the league could be enough to see him walk the plank.
Perhaps what's keeping Solskjaer on is the fact that, in 2020, the Red Devils sit top of the Premier League table, having closed a gap of 12 points, having not lost a game from January through to the end of the season after the signature of Bruno Fernandes.
However, a couple of losses in the league and United are out of title contention, whilst the club have just been drawn against Real Sociedad in the Europa League; this could be a worrying few months for United.