Manchester United reserve team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will eventually switch his managerial ambitions to Norwegian football. The club legend has bossed the second string for two years and lifted the Premier League Reserves title last term.
Solskjaer stated he was happy to gain experience under Sir Alex Ferguson before ultimately making an exit to his native land.
"I will await what the manager [Sir Alex Ferguson] does and then we'll see," Solskjaer said.
"I am very happy in Manchester, but will not train the reserves forever. A future coaching career in Norway is something I certainly cannot rule out."