Manchester United have invited Molde FK senior officials to attend Tuesday’s Champions League tie, according to the Daily Mail.
Following Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s exceptional start to life at Old Trafford, the man on loan from the Norweign club is now in the reckoning for the full-time job.
The Red Devils host Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Round of 16 next week.
Molde officials invited to Old Trafford with United keen to keep Solskjær
With United now strongly considering appointing the Norewiegn full-time, the club have invited Molde officials to Old Trafford.
The move suggests that the Red Devils are looking to get on good terms with the Eliteserien club ahead of negotiations.
The 42-year-old is currently on loan from Molde.
Solskjær has done a sterling job in Manchester having won nine of the 10 games since his arrival.
He has also changed the complexity of the club’s Champions League clash with PSG since the draw.
The Ligue 1 club were significant favourites back in December when the draw was made.
However, aren’t in quite such stunning form and will be without star man Neymar who is injured.
Solskjær: “We have to think long term”
Solskjær’s latest comments also suggest that he is planning for a long-term future at Old Trafford.
“We have a vision and a picture of how we want to look in a few years.
“We have to think long term but also short term.
“I have a picture of how I think this Man United team will look in a couple of years.”
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