CONFIRMED: Man United name Ole Gunnar Solskjaer permanent manager

Manchester United have formally affirmed that caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been named their new permanent boss, agreeing a three-year contract.

The Norwegian took over on an impermanent premise back in December, and has since supervised turnaround in fortune for the club, winning 14 games in his 19 matches in control.

That has prompted a noteworthy resurgent Red Devils side once again into dispute for a Premier League top-four completion, while the club stay in the pursuit for the UEFA Champions League glory as they lock horns with Spanish La Liga champions FC Barcelona in the last-8 in April.

In any case, the general climate and results at Old Trafford have without uncertainty improved under the stewardship of the Norwegian strategist, as he has improved key players in the squad and even helped some to rediscover their form.

As affirmed by the club in a post on twitter and an official proclamation, the ex-Manchester United striker has now concurred a three-year contract with the 20-time English champions and would like to complete the present campaign in extraordinary and strong way before intending to fortify his squad in the late spring transfer window.

Various Manchester United players have turned out to help Solskjaer getting the permanent role as of late, and now, their desire has inevitably materialized as they’ll would like to keep doing awesome out throughout the most recent three months.

This most recent improvement will accompany another dimension of weight, as the Red Villains legend should now show to all that he can convey since he has the activity on a long haul and construct a group fit for contending positively with others for significant distinctions.

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