United will offer Solskjaer a full contract

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Manchester United will offer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is an interim head coach now, a full-fledged contract, The Sun reports.

The decision was made after the match of the Premier League’s 26th round against Fulham (3:0), when a meeting was held among Avram Glazer, Solskjaer and his agent.

Officially, the appointment will be announced at the end of the season. Solskjaer has been serving as Manchester United’s head coach since December 2018.

The Red Devils caretaker boss Ole was named January’s Premier League manager of the month after an unbeaten start to his tenure at Old Trafford.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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