Premier League giants Manchester United will continue to conduct a thorough process as they look to appoint a permanent manager in the summer, despite the success of interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has won his first five matches in charge of the club.
According to ESPN, his success and methods has gained the confidence of the fans who want him to be appointed on a full-time basis, while several members of the first-team too are impressed by him and are gunning for him to get the managerial role permanently.
The club hierarchy for their part though while happy with Solskjaer are in no hurry to make a decision, with it being reported that current Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is still seen as their primary choice while Juventus boss Massimilano Allegri too has been linked with the post.
United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and the the club’s owners, the Glazer family are keen to appoint a manager who can imprint his own style of play and help the club win trophies in the future.
It is being understood the Norwegian will not be given the post as a default due to his excellent start and that any decision regarding a full-time manager will be made in the summer.