Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to have say on summer transfers

Transfers and Manchester United, a saying that goes together every transfer window. Now that the January window has closed, the club have reportedly decided to consult Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over the club’s summer signings, and they could be big.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently in caretaker charge at Old Trafford and looking at the latest odds betting with bethard he could be looking at being permanent manager past the summer, and with nine wins and a draw have been recorded since the Norwegian’s appointment you would not bet against it.

Club officials are yet to decide whether Solskjaer will remain at United on a full-time basis, but according to The Sun, the 45-year-old will be asked to aid their efforts in the transfer market.

The report claims that the United hierarchy feel Solskjaer can help bring the right players to the club after inconsistent performances from the signings made by Jose Mourinho.

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Manchester United are allegedly prepared to hand their next permanent boss a transfer budget of £200m.

The Daily Mail quote that Manchester United CEO Ed Woodward has been very impressed with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since appointing him on a short-term deal until the end of the season. The report further claims that Woodward visited Solskjaer last week to tell him what a good job he was doing.

The reports go on to mention that majority of the Manchester United players and staff believe Solskjaer will get the job on a permanent basis if the reds go past Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League next round.

With Neymar out of both legs, PSG might be deflated to some extent, but will nonetheless pose huge threat to United’s defence when the two sides face each other later this month.

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