According to Sky Sports News, there are currently no plans to make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘loan’ move from Molde to Manchester United a permanent one. He’s currently at Old Trafford on an interim basis, with the belief being that he’ll stay there until the summer when a more permanent appointment is made.
The appointment of Solskjaer has certainly caused a mixed reaction amongst many fans, both for United and in a neutral sense. Some have pointed towards his work with Molde as a sign of what he’s capable of, whereas others believe his stint with Cardiff City was enough to convince them that he isn’t the right man for the job.
Either way, though, even if the plan isn’t to make the deal permanent, it seems like the aim is to bring the club together – and so far, he’s doing that.
His first game in charge will be against former club Cardiff this weekend.
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