Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal will not leave the role until the end of the season, according to reports from the Mirror.
Van Gaal has come under intense scrutiny the past couple of months, with the Red Devils only winning six out of their last 19 matches in all competitions.
This has seen former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho heavily linked with the top job at Old Trafford, with reports claiming that there is a three-year deal already on the table.
However, the ‘Special One’ is reluctant to replace Van Gaal with only over three months remaining in the season, preferring to start work in June ahead of Euro 2016.
The news will give the Dutchman some relief until the end of the campaign, as it will allow the former Barcelona gaffer to turn things around and possibly bring Man United back into the Champions League for his successor.
United’s next game is a Europa League second leg clash against FC Midjylland this Thursday, in which they have to turn around a 2-1 deficit at Old Trafford.