Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job at the club has come under major questions following his sides 5-0 routing at the hands of Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday.
Former Juventus and Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte has been linked with the job with it being reported that the Italian has expressed an interest in the role provided that the club has a vision as he will look to mould the club his way.
Despite the criticisim aimed at Solskjaer, the current Old Trafford boss has the third-highest win percentage of any manager in United’s history. The Norwegian has won more than half of the 164 games he has been incharge, with a win percentage of 54.88%.
Unsurprisingly, the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson tops the list, winning an astonishing three in every five games his teams played - as he was incharge of 1500 games, with a win percentage of 59.67%. Those victories brought in mountains of silverware, with 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups and two Champions League trophies secured in his 26 years at the helm.
Jose Mourinho comes in second in terms of win percentage, only a little over a point behind Fergie on the all-time list, while the likes of David Moyes and Louis van Gaal with a win percentage of around 53% round up the top five list.