Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Solskjaer Admits He Doesn't Want to Leave United

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Solskjaer Admits He Doesn't Want to Leave United

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OLE Gunnar Solskjaer has reiterated he does not want to leave United at the end of the season.

The Reds' caretaker coach was appointed for a five-month period on December 19 but the Reds have enjoyed a perfect start under the Norwegian, who emulated Sir Matt Busby's record of winning his first four league matches in charge at Newcastle. United have scored 14 goals and kept their first clean sheet on Solskjaer's watch at St James' Park, where Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring within 38 seconds of emerging as a substitute while Marcus Rashford struck his third in four games under Solskjaer.

Although Solskjaer has not concealed his desire to become United's next full-time manager, he stressed for the few still uncertain about his stance that he would love to permanently return to Manchester. …

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