Manchester United have given interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer condition to become permanent manager at the Old Traford club.
Management have decided that if the Norwegian reach the quarterfinal of the champions league by beating Paris Saint-German at the round of 16, he would become the permanent boss Mirror Sport reports.
Solskjaer has enjoyed an unbeaten record since arriving at the club, winning eight games and a draw against Burnley where United fought back in a 2-0 lead to salvage a point.
Although there are heavy speculations that Mauricio Pochettino and Zinedine Zidane are front runners for the United job, but scaling through against the French side could land him the job on permanent basis.
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