Here are your Wednesday evening headlines on October 27.

Ronaldo brings team together

It’s been a difficult 72 hours since Manchester United were soundly beaten by Liverpool 5-0.

Rumours of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer getting the sack has dominated headlines and reports he has lost the dressing room are beginning to surface.

With Solskjaer in charge on Saturday against Tottenham Hotspur, he will need the players backing him if he is to stand any change of turning things around.

And sources say that Cristiano Ronaldo has told players to support the Norwegian as the manager clings onto his job.

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Cavani on what he thinks about Solskjaer

One player who is believed to have full faith in the manager, at some point in time, is Edinson Cavani.

The striker has yet to hit the ground running this season and has found himself behind Ronaldo in the pecking order up front.

But after signing a one year contract extension at the back end of last season, Cavani revealed what he thought of Solskjaer.

Read the full story here.

Mills doesn't mince his words

Having played for Leeds United and Manchester City, it’s no surprise Danny Mills isn’t the biggest fan of United.

But in a moment he will want to take back professionally, Mills let loose on Sky Sports when he assumed the TV channel were on an ad break.

After a discussion with presenter Peter Graves and Middlesborough defender Sol Bamba, Mills used a four-letter word to describe United in their current form.

Read the full story here.

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