Manchester United shocked one and all by appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the interim successor of Jose Mourinho at the helm of the club.
The Norwegian has been brought in to steady the ship and reunite the squad whilst the club hierarchy works on finding a permanent managerial candidate.
In the meantime, Ole is set to take charge for the rest of the season, as he faces the daunting task of helping the Red Devils secure Champions League qualification.
It remains to be seen how good a job Sir Alex Ferguson’s super-sub does, but he sure has the backing as well as the well wishes of several top figures associated with the Old Trafford outfit.
Wayne Rooney, the former Manchester United captain and also an ex-teammate of the new gaffer, recently took to social media to wish Solskjaer well in his brand new position.
The Englishman posted a picture of himself with the 45-year-old, with the caption: “Just want to wish Ole Gunnar Solskjaer all the best in his new position. Good luck mate!”
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) December 20, 2018
Further, The Independent suggests that Rooney is also set to be a part of BT Sports’ pundit team for Solskjaer’s first game in-charge of the Mancunians, as they take on Cardiff City in the Premier League on Saturday.
Just how will Ole’s new-look Manchester United side fare?