The Norwegian has won 11 of his 13 games in charge since succeeding Jose Mourinho on December 18th, and has transformed the team’s attacking fortunes from amongst the
gloom left behind by his predecessor.
Caretaker Solskjaer was due to hand back the reigns at the end of the season, but United heriachy have decided to announce their intentions as far as their managerial plans for next term are concerned
And ole is set to be given the job.
Former united player told reporters ahead of the big game against Liverpool on Sunday
“It is an incredible body of results and would make it a lot more difficult to withhold it from him if he keeps beating team after team.”
Jamie Carragher, who played for Liverpool the last time the Reds sustained a title challenge in 2014, also believes it
would be “very difficult” for anyone else to be given the Old Trafford job if United beat his old side.
United return to action on Sunday against Liverpool and victory against their rivals will all but put them in a heathly place as they Search for a top four finish