Date: 2nd February 2019 at 11:39am
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Since taking over the managerial hot-seat, at Old Trafford, albeit on a caretaker basis, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has been a revelation.

His first nine fixtures have delivered WWWWWWWWD, a record every manager, in such difficult circumstances, would be proud of.

The Norwegian is slowly, but surely, ensuring that his own claims to take the role on a permanent basis are gathering momentum.

Today, lurking in the pages of the tabloid publication, the Sun, is the inference that the Manchester United hierarchy are also edging towards giving the Norwegian the job on a permanent basis.

According to our referenced source, if Solskajer can guide Manchester United into the next knockout stage of the Champions League, the job will be his.

Manchester United do, of course, face the talented French side, Paris Saint-Germain, in the last-16 knockout stages but Pairs Saint-Germain are beatable over two legs, even more so with it being announced they will be without the services of their injured Brazilian superstar, Neymar, for both legs.

Come on Ole, you are the man.

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