Manchester United’s announcement of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as permanent manager is very imminent.
The club is generally very impressed with the 46-year-old Norwegian who has won 14 of his 19 games in charge as caretaker boss since replacing Jose Mourinho in December.
According to the Daily Mail, even though United were remaining tight-lipped on Monday night, it’s understood they could confirm Solskjaer as full-time boss this week.
The Mail added: United have always maintained that a decision would be made before the end of the season, but an announcement could come earlier to end any speculation.
This will come as very good news to fans of the Manchester club, as Solskjaer has ensured that not only has United’s season not petered out so early, as it threatened to under former boss Mourinho, they have a prestigious quarter-final match against Barcelona to look forward to and are still very much in the mix for a top-4 finish in the English Premier League.
Solskjaer and United will be eager to bounce back from their defeat to Arsenal before the current international break with a win against unpredictable Watford this weekend.