Interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now listed as being the man in pole position for the job by a number of major bookies, with the former United striker now just 6/4 to get the job beyond the end of this season.
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Solskjaer’s odds have been slashed following that win over Pochettino’s side, with the Spurs manager now a close second with odds of 7/4 to be the next full time manager at Old Trafford, though that result hurt the Argentine just a little.
While the Tottenham boss is more proven at this level, Solskjaer’s connection with United seems to be paying off big time after a superb start to life in the MUFC dugout and a big change in mood around the club.
The Norwegian tactician has won all six of his opening six games in charge, and got the team playing with a swagger and confidence again that’s arguably not been seen since the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
So it’s little surprise that Solskjaer may now be the man best-placed to get the job full time.