– The 46-year-old Norwegian has guided the Red Devils to 14 wins out of 18 games in charge – Solskjaer was also in the dugout as United claimed a famous comeback win against PSG in the UCL Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to be unveiled as Manchester United permanent manager at Old Trafford in the forthcoming international break. The Daily Mail citing Daily Mirror, revealed that Man United eggheads had a change in plan to announce Solskjaer as Mourinho’s replacement at the end of the campaign, but will now make a decision before their next Premier League game. Solskjaer has improved the fortune of Man United, winning 14 games, drawing two and losing the same number since replacing the Portuguese in interim capacity mid-December.
The 46-year-old Norwegian Solskjaer also guided Man United to a dramatic comeback against Paris Saint-Germain to qualify for the quarter final of the Champions League. Club legend Gary Neville also confirmed ex-teammate Solskjaer will be unveiled as permanent manager at Old Trafford this March. “I’ll be surprised if Solskjaer is not awarded the job during the international break in the next couple of weeks.