Solskjaer stepped into the Old Trafford dugout after Jose Mourinho’s acrimonious departure back in December.
Things were going well for the Norwegian at first, but with United having lost seven of their last nine matches in all competitions, the tide appears to be turning.
According to the Sun, the Old Trafford dressing room is already beginning to question whether Solskjaer is the right man to lead the club forward.
And sensationally, key figure Pogba is said to be the star leading the revolt against the Red Devils boss.
The Sun claim the Frenchman does not think Solskjaer is the man to turn the club’s fortunes around – and is unconvinced that United are any better than they were when he left for Juventus back in 2012.
Pogba has reportedly confessed these views to his fellow team-mates in the dressing room.
Pogba was due to have a meeting with club chiefs last week to discuss a new contract.
However, the Sun report super-agent Mino Raiola pulled the plug on talks as his client weighs up his future.
News of Pogba’s displeasure comes after:
Pogba has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent weeks.
And this report will be music to the ears of Zinedine Zidane, who is desperate to land the midfielder in the summer.
Pogba was named in the PFA Team of the Year this week, which caused uproar among fans who have watched him underperform for large portions of the campaign.
The ex-Juventus star was again out of sorts during United’s 2-0 defeat to rivals Manchester City on Wednesday.
Speaking after the match, Solskjaer said: “I thought we held our own, the players came out with a great attitude, we got a reaction from them, we got a reaction the crowd, we had some half-decent chances, they had probably the biggest one with Sterling, of course, just before half-time.
“But at half-time we felt we’re still in the game and then the more the game went on after they scored you could see the difference.
“Of course you’re at home against a very good team but at home you want to win games like this. But they’ve set the standard and over the last couple seasons they’ve been best team in country and that’s the challenge for us to get to.
“And we’re clearly not there now and that’s for everyone to see but that’s why I’m in the job for: To improve and get closer to them.”