Manchester United board have reportedly made a wild decision on who the club’s next manager will be, but will not make an official announcement until the end of the season.
Interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, will reportedly take over the realm of Old Trafford on permanent basis, with SunSport claiming a decision has been reached on the matter, having seen the Norwegian work wonders and yet to taste defeat since taking charge at the club.
United are however cautious of making any formal statement, as the club continues the search of a director of football to work with the manager come next season.
The club hierachy stepped down the chase for Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino, but have not completely cooled their interest according to reports, despite Dany Levy proving too difficult to wrestle off for the Argentine boss.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s win against Leicester City in the weekend, was his tenth in eleven fixtures, and has now seen United’s safely back to top four, after Chelsea were battered at the Etihad on Sunday.
Unable to ignore a ten match winning run and a return to top four, the board has now decided to offer Solskjaer a permanent seat at the club, as they look to back the manager for next season’s title surge, after conserving resources by not spending in the winter in wait for a take over in the summer.