Manchester United set to install Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager on a permanent basis after Champions League win over PSG
Norwegian manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly be installed as Manchester United manager on a full-time basis after the club’s stunning Champions League 3 -1 win over Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.
According to Mail Online Football, the 46-year-old held talks with United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward at the team hotel in Paris on Wednesday morning and also spoke with co-chairman Avram Glazer after the game.
But the club will not be rushed into an announcement to make it official.
‘I think it has been decided,’ said striker Romelu Lukaku. ‘I think he is going to get it = he should get it. When we’ve won at Tottenham, Chelsea away, at Arsenal in the FA Cup, now this, what else does he have to do?’
Solskjaer who replaced sacked Jose Mourinho has won 14 of his 17 games since arriving on loan from Molde, losing just once, as United have moved into the top four in the Premier League as well as the quarter-finals of the Champions League and FA Cup.