Manchester United managing director, Richard Arnold, canceled all meetings on Monday to hold crisis talks with co-owner Joel Glazer.
United suffered a 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool on Sunday leaving manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under serious pressure.
The Guardian reports Arnold has made room in his busy schedule for talks with co-owner Glazer regarding their plan of action.
It is claimed that several players are questioning whether Solskjaer is capable of taking them any further whilst Antonio Conte would be open to discussing taking the role.
Despite being well-liked by the squad and club, Solskjaer’s tactical shortcomings have been called into question after their latest big defeat.
Whilst last week they were committed to Solskjaer, United chiefs are reported to now be seriously considering his future.