Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has again left Paul Pogba and Donny van de Beek out of his starting line-up to face Everton.

Van de Beek is yet to start a Premier League match since joining the Red Devils from Ajax in the summer.

He was given a chance in the Champions League in midweek though the Dutchman was subbed off after an hour in the 2-1 defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir.

Van de Beek has been left on the bench at Goodison Park with Fred, Scott McTominay and Juan Mata joining Bruno Fernandes in the United midfield.

And Red Devils fans believe Solskjaer’s use, or lack of, could cost Solskjaer his job with the boss under immense pressure.

Donny van de Beek is yet to start a Premier League game for Man Utd
Donny van de Beek is yet to start a Premier League game for Man Utd

One wrote: “Honestly shocked VDB isn't starting man.”

While another added: “Where tf is vdb??????”

A third piled the pressure on Solskjaer as they blasted: “Where the f*** is vdb you melt”.

With one more writing: “Ridiculous he isnt starting”.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under immense pressure at Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under immense pressure at Man Utd

Another questioned Solskjaer’s decision to start Mata, wondering: “Mata over VDB???”

And another summed up United fans as they simply commented: “Free my man.”

Solskjaer is expecting a tough clash against Everton, saying: “You can get tight games but also anything can happen in the Premier League this season. Of course we hope to have a good start and build from there.

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“They started really well of course. You can see Carlo [Ancelotti] has had time with his team and prepared them with a good pre-season. They’ve been positive and made some good signings and they’re making strides.

“We know every time we go to Goodison Park, with or without fans, it’s going to be a tough game against a physically good side and some technically very good players.”