It looks like Manchester United accidentally revealed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new interim manager
The announcement was made and then deleted on Tuesday night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks set to be made the new interim manager of Manchester United, if a temporarily posted announcement on the club website is to believed.
Following on from the club's announcement on Tuesday morning that Jose Mourinho had left the club with immediate effect (more on that here), a video was posted on the club's official website referring to the striker as "our interim manager".
That post was then deleted later on Tuesday night.
Solskjaer has previously spent 11 years at United as a player, including a career highlight: scoring in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich to seal the treble in 1999.
He also spent some time as the team's reserve coach, before leaving to take over as manager for Molde FK in Norway.
A senior figure at Molde refused to comment on Solskjaer's potential move to United when contacted on Tuesday, but Molde's website features a recent story in which Solskjaer has agreed to a three-year extension to his contract.
A full statement is expected to be made at some point on Wednesday, so watch this space...