The Manchester United top brass are considering Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the permanent manager of the club, per reports.
Solksjaer was appointed as interim boss of the club following the sack of Mourinho. His contract with United is due to expire at the end of the season.
The Norwegian has so far had a barnstorming start to life as the boss of the Red Devils, surpassing all expectations.
He has won all matches for United since assuming the reign of the club. United are said to have consulted the manager on transfer plans for the club, indicating they are interested in keeping him at the club for the long term.
The Norwegian had no say in the transfer plans of the club for the summer as their intentions about him was clear.
Solskjaer revealed United have no need of new signings at the moment but reports have indicated that the club has sought his opinion on bolstering the squad in the summer, According to Metro.co.uk.
The atmosphere at United has changed since the arrival of the Norwegian manager and he has made some changes to the line-up of the team. Rashford is now preferred as the lead attack while Martial is already in negotiation over signing a new deal.
Although, Solskjaer’s role is said to be advisory, he has also laid bare his desire to manage United for the long term.