Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he will have a say in the decision-making process at Manchester United when the club comes to appointing a technical director.
The Red Devils, led by executive vice-chair Ed Woodward, are widely expected to fill a new role in the coming months as they look to adjust to the demands of the modern game by adding more support for the management team.
Reports over recent days have suggested that the new role will be positioned alongside Solskjaer rather than overseeing the whole footballing arm of the club.
“Yes, I’ve got input in most of the things now and [give] my advice, of course,” said the Norwegian when asked whether he will have a say in the appointment of a technical director.
“And I’ve got to say, the communication between me, Ed and the owners is very good. We discuss different names and, of course, I am not the one who decides.”
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