“He’s going to be under immense pressure this year. I’m not going to change my opinion on it, I think they’re going to have to get a proper, quality coach in if they’re going to challenge Liverpool or City because that’s exactly what they have, top-quality managers.”
United legends Gary Neville and Patrice Evra have both criticised the club’s board over the lack of transfer business following Saturday’s defeat.
Solskjaer admits he is open to bringing in new faces but did not disguise the fact his team were not good enough against Palace.
“We can play so much better than today,” the Norwegian said.