Solskjaer can’t return to own house because of Virgil van Dijk

Reuters/Jason Cairnduff

The Norwegian specialist is forced to settle in the hotel where Mourinho lived.

Manchester United interim head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cannot return to his own home located in Cheshire. It is reported by The Sun.

Two years ago, the Norwegian specialist put up his property for sale, because he did not think that he would return to Manchester.

There was no buyer for the house, but there was a person who rented it – Liverpool’s defender Virgil van Dijk.

Having headed the Red Devils at the end of last year, Solskjaer went to the Lowry Hotel, not expecting to lead the team for so long. However, Van Dijk is not going to move out, so Solskjaer will have to stay in the hotel or look for a new house.

It is worth noting that the house costs more than 4.5 million euros, has a vast territory, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a gym.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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