Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left Man Utd players 'in tears' in dressing room after Watford defeat

The following morning, Solskjaer’s hunch about his final match came true when United delivered the official verdict. 

Michael Carrick, former Red Devils midfielder and member of Solskjaer’s backroom team, will take charge until an interim boss can be found for the remainder of the campaign. 

Work will begin to prepare for a tough European tie against Villarreal on Tuesday, and goalkeeper David De Gea’s damning assessment of the club’s current state of affairs highlights the extent to which they must improve. 

“There’s not much to say – it was embarrassing to see Man Utd play like we did,” he said.

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