In Solskjaer’s latter days at Old Trafford there was said to be unrest among the camp.
As previously reported, some of United’s biggest stars were frustrated with the club’s alarming start to the season after they were heavily expected to challenge for top honours.
Bruno Fernandes was among the senior players who felt they weren’t getting enough direction from Solskjaer and his coaching staff.
Bruce feels he could stabilise United’s dressing room after recent frustrations at the club
Cristiano Ronaldo who was one of the club’s big-name signings in the summer, was alarmed with how standards have dropped since he left United 12 years ago.
It was also reported that Eric Bailly asked Solskjaer why he had picked a centre-half ‘who was not fit’ in their Premier League defeat by Leicester last month.
The Ivory Coast international was left out for captain Harry Maguire at the King Power Stadium, despite having only returned to full training following a calf injury the day prior to their 4-2 defeat in the East Midlands.
Other members of the squad challenged the 48-year-old amid his continued omission of midfielders Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard and Nemanja Matic.
Despite growing up a Newcastle fan, Bruce was unable to win himself over with the club’s supporters with regular calls for him to leave the club throughout his tenure.
United have been linked with a number of big name managers to replace Solskjaer, including Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino, Leicester’s Brendan Rodgers and Zinedine Zidane.