It looks like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will remain as Man Utd coach beyond this season, this comes as the club’s executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward supported him with a long-term plan centred around summer transfer windows.
Woodward has been in support of Solskjaer on several occasion has done it again as he stressed that the club is happy with the level of improvement under the Norwegian since taking over two years ago.
According to Sky Sport, Woodward said: “What happens on the field is clearly our top priority, and while it’s not the same without fans in the stadium, we’ve seen lots of highs since our last meeting in April, with that 14-game unbeaten run to finish third in last season’s Premier League run and great wins against PSG and RB Leipzig on our return to the Champions League this season.
“Of course, we recognise there’s more hard work ahead to achieve the consistency needed to win trophies. But we see positive signs on the pitch and the training ground that reinforce our belief in the progress being made by Ole, his coaching team and the players.
“I told this forum back in April that we remained committed to strengthening the squad, while being disciplined in our spending during the pandemic. I believe we’ve delivered on that, with the additions we made during the summer taking our total net spending to over €200m since summer 2019 – more than any other major European club over that period.
“We will continue to support Ole with a planned, long-term approach to recruitment, focused on the summer windows.”