Wayne Rooney could become Manchester United manager, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer used to be requested whether or not Wayne Rooney may set up Manchester United.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes all-time main goalscorer and previous captain Wayne Rooney may set up the Red Devils sooner or later.

Rooney will reunite with United when Derby County welcome Solskjaer’s aspect to Pride Park within the 5th spherical of the FA Cup on Thursday.

A five-time Premier League champion and Champions League winner earlier than leaving United in 2017, Rooney joined Championship outfit Derby as a player-coach from MLS franchise DC United in January.

“Yeah,” Solskjaer spoke back when requested whether or not Rooney, 34, may well be supervisor. “It will depend on how a lot you place into the process and what sort of you need it

“It takes over your life but it’s the second best after playing. I am sure there are many ex-players and managers who want my job.”

Rooney tops United’s scoring charts with 253 objectives in 559 appearances for the Premier League giants.

Since transferring to Derby, ex-England captain and the rustic’s all-time main scorer Rooney has netted 4 objectives throughout all competitions.

Rooney has scored 3 objectives and provided two assists within the Championship for 13th-placed Derby.

Solskjaer’s United, in the meantime, are 5th within the Premier League and 3 issues at the back of Chelsea – who occupy the fourth and ultimate Champions League spot.

United – 37 issues at the back of runaway leaders Liverpool – host competitors Manchester City in Sunday’s derby at Old Trafford.