The former United left-back has not been afraid to criticise Solskjaer this season and claimed the players were ‘playing with a straight jacket on’ in their recent 0-0 draw against Chelsea.
However, with the tide turning against Solskjaer after back-to-back losses to Arsenal in the Premier League and Turkish outfit Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League.
It’s been suggested that defeat to Everton this weekend could be the final nail in Solskjaer’s coffin, with reports claiming even the Norwegian senses the end is nigh.
But Evra took to social media to suggest the Manchester United board should be feeling the heat.
Posted alongside a picture of him on a camel, Evra wrote: ‘New manager..?
‘What about new board?’
Solskjaer is adamant he still has the full backing of the board, despite United languishing in 15th in the Premier League table.
He said: ‘I’ve always had a very good, open and honest and positive dialogue with the club.
‘They’ve shown strong leadership since I come in and with me today it’s sunny in Manchester, I don’t expect the wind to turn, there will always be pressure and expectations on us.
‘You’re a top coach or manager when you win and bad when you lose because that’s the last game you played. You aren’t really better than your last game.
‘Every game of football becomes history quickly and we need to go into Goodison Park in a positive frame of mind.
‘If I don’t trust my belief and values and staffs quality and players’ quality, who else should? I don’t look at one or two results and fall like a house of cards.
‘It’s a setback, definitely, there’s been too much made of not scoring against Arsenal and Chelsea, there has been nothing in those games and it’s not long ago we were the best thing since sliced bread against Leipzig and PSG.
‘You have to have that belief, club have been very positive and shown me their character and strong leadership, I’m looking to Saturday morning, that’s another matter we can talk about.’