Premier League heavyweight Manchester United could appoint Norwegian tactician Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their next permanent manager before the current campaign ends if the former Molde boss manages to come out victorious in these crucial matches.
As per The Sun, the Red Devils will make the former Red devil striker their next permanent manager if he defeat French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA Champions League. The 20-time English Champions could heavily struggle to qualify for the champions league this term following their poor start under Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho.
With North London giants Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea all fighting for the 4th position in the English Premier League, a successful stint on the continent might be required for Manchester United to prove to their supporters that they are genuine contenders for the Premier League title next campaign.
The biggest victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer so far is not only results though, the former striker who netted a treble winning goal for the Red Devils has managed to return the attacking playing style that supporters love.
As per the report, Manchester United chief Ed Woodward held discussion with the interim manager at the team’s training ground a week ago. It’s thought that clubs Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward was passing his own and the message of the board thanks for such a good start to the Old Trafford job.
Manchester United will visit Leicester City tomorrow and the side will host relegation threatened Fulham next before their tough three-game run starts. Manchester United will clash with Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA Champions League, Chelsea FC in the Emirates FA Cup and Liverpool FC in the Premier League.