Positive talks pave the way for Solskjaer’s first role following Man Utd sacking

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Written By Maya Cantina

Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may be making a comeback to management after more than two years since his dismissal from the Red Devils. Solskjaer, who had a successful playing career at Old Trafford, including scoring the winning goal in the 1999 Champions League final, returned to the club as manager in 2018. He impressed initially as caretaker manager and was eventually given the job on a permanent basis. However, he was sacked the following season due to a poor run of form.

Since leaving United, Solskjaer has been without a job, but there are reports that he has held talks with the Swedish Football Association about becoming their new manager. This comes after former boss Janne Andersson resigned in November following Sweden’s failure to qualify for Euro 2024. Solskjaer has also been linked with a move to Besiktas in recent weeks.

In an interview last September, Solskjaer expressed his desire to get back into coaching but mentioned that he was waiting for the right opportunity. He stated that he had received offers, including two from Saudi Arabia, but he was looking for a club where he could be the best version of himself and where there was a match in terms of DNA and identity.

It remains to be seen whether Solskjaer will take up the opportunity to manage Sweden or if he will explore other options.

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