Manchester United legend Gary Neville has revealed that there’s no way that interim Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won’t be given the job permanently after Wednesday night heroics against French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG).
According to the former Manchester United defender via Viasports, it’s not the matter of whether he will be given the job but when the Norwegian tactician will be made the permanent Manchester United manager.
Gary Neville had earlier predicted that his former teammate will be given the job permanently in the next few weeks.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a former Manchester United striker who helped the club win their first Champions League title after scoring as a substitute to help the Red Devils turn around a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 win against Bayern Munich during the 1999 Champions League final.
Solskjaer scored the winning goal to give Manchester United a 2-1 comeback victory against the Bavarian giants for the Red Devils’ first Champions League title and a second European title after the 1968 triumph.
The Norwegian masterminded another comeback but as a Manchester United manager after they defeated French champions PSG 3-1 to qualify for the quarterfinals on away goals despite the fact that his team had lost the first leg 2-0.
Manchester United fortunes have turned around for the positive since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was named the interim manager in December.