Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed a special clause in both his contracts with Cardiff City and Molde FK.
The Norweign manager claims he has always dreamed of managing the club at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer looks set to be handed the job full-time in the summer following his incredible journey as interim.
Ole reveals Manchester United clause in Cardiff and Molde contracts
Solskjaer has revealed that he had a clause in his contracts at Cardiff and Molde that would allow him to join United.
When asked about whether he thought he’d ever become manager of United, Solskjaer told NRK:
“Call me naïve, call me stupid, call me ambitious, call me whatever you want. But ever since I trained the reserves team the dream was to become the manager of Manchester United.”
“I have to be my own man. But it so happens that Manchester United has a way of playing that suits me well.
“After Cardiff I had to be honest and say I didn’t think this would happen.
“I had had seen it as a potential diving board, do well in Premier League and then Manchester United.
“But when it went as it did in Cardiff I thought ‘Its over, Im done’.
“I made sure to have a small, let’s call it a clause, in my contracts, that said if Manchester United called, they would have to let me go.”
Ole comments on his love for Manchester United: “I am also a supporter”
Solskjaer also went to talk about his love for the club.
“I’m not just the manager, I am also a supporter.
“I want the best for the club and for the players. I think it’s a strength.
“It’s not about me, because the club is so much bigger than one person.”
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