After such a glorious start to his caretaker managerial role, at Old Trafford, a role that has seen Manchester United lose just two games, Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and Arsenal in the Premier League, the plethora of good results Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has overseen has made him the prime and perhaps only suitable candidate for the role on a permanent basis.
Indeed, it’s become a matter of when, not if, the Norwegian is announced as the new permanent incumbent of one of the most prestigious jobs in football.
Today, according to the red-top tabloid publication, the Mirror, the official announcement that we’ve been expecting could be forthcoming very shortly.
According to our quoted source, Manchester United will formally confirm Solksjaer as their new permanent boss once the forthcoming international break is upon us.
Here at Vital Manchester United, we’ve no reason to object to the 46-year-old being given the role on a permanent basis, the results he’s achieved speak for themselves.