Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has arrived in England after being appointed Manchester United's caretaker manager until the end of the season.
Solskjaer's Norwegian side Molde say they have "lent" him to United until May.
The former United legend will attend training tomorrow, before his first game in charge against former side Cardiff on Saturday in the Premier League.
The Norwegian replaces Jose Mourinho who was sacked by United on Tuesday.Read the full story ›
Manchester United appear to have confirmed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as interim manager.
It's been reported that the club referred to their former striker as "our interim manager" on their website - in a post that was later deleted.
There has been no official announcement that the Norwegian is taking over - the club say they will report a permanent boss at the end of the season.
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Here we recall some of the 55-year-old's memorable comments from his time in charge at Old Trafford.Read the full story ›
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Despite winning three trophies over that time, and securing a win rate of 58.33%, it was not enough to help him avoid the chop.Read the full story ›
Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the Club.Read the full story ›
It's a busy night for football fans across Manchester tonight.
Manchester City travel to Germany where they face Hoffenheim in Group F of the competition.
And United play hosts to Spanish club Valencia in Group H at Old Trafford Manager Jose Mourinho doesn't believe his job is on the line if results go against him this week.
They face Newcastle at the weekend in the Premier League.
The club have made their worst start to a league season in 29 years. Mourinho says it's a big week.
José Mourinho walked out of a news conference last night following Manchester United's 3-0 defeat to Spurs.
This is the moment he walked out after an exchange with a journalist:
I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together.
Respect, respect, respect man.