Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly decided to return to management ahead of next season, according to reports.
Man United parted ways with Solskjaer last year November after the Norwegian tactician failed to put a stop to United’s run of poor form.
His last game in charge of Manchester United was during United’s 4-1 defeat away from home to Watford.
However, the Norwegian outlet has claimed that Solskjaer is open to returning to management in the summer.
Following his sacking, Michael Carrick was announced as Manchester United‘s caretaker, who would go on to manage only three games against Villarreal, Chelsea and Arsenal and won two and drew one in the process.
Ralf Rangnick was appointed in November as Solskjaer’s temporary replacement but the German boss has failed to turn United’s season around, with The Red Devils looking set on finishing outside the top-four.
Roy Keane has even admitted that Manchester United made a mistake to sack the Norwegian, when he claimed that United would be in a better position in the league had United given him more time.