Manchester United have appointed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as permanent manager. The Baby Faced Assassin certainly gave the Red Devils no choice after some spectacular performances.
Perhaps the only party who’ll be unhappy with the decision is Molde. They’re losing a great manager and a local hero. However, United aren’t going to leave them empty-handed.
According to the Daily Mail, the agreement between United and Molde included a ‘goodwill gesture’ and there is a strong possibility that the two sides will meet in a friendly.
No doubt the takings from this match will be a huge boost to the Norway-based outfit, who’ll now be looking for their next permanent manager on the back of today’s big news.
This is a touch of class from United and no doubt they’ll also be putting together a nice compensatory package too.
It’s good to see that the sides are maintaining a strong relationship, as it would have been easy for Molde to dig their heels in and demand that Solskjaer either return or ask for even more money.
Hopefully, this now allows Solskjaer to work on sorting out potential summer transfers as he knows he’ll be the man in charge come the start of next season.