Old Trafford favourite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will begin talks with West Brom after his current employers Molde told him he is allowed to leave.
Solskjaer recently rejected the manager’s position at Polish side Legia Warsaw and is interested in making a return to England, according to the Mirror.
The former Manchester United star will sit down with West Brom today after the Baggies sacked Steve Clarke last week.
Solskjaer led Molde to the Norwegian Cup this year and would be an ideal fit for West Brom who are hunting for a youthful manager.
Speaking to the Mirror, Molde chief executive Tarje Nordstand Jacobsen admitted a number of offers for Solskjaer have come in.
“Ole has a name that will always make him attractive and he has a standing in England that makes him often a candidate.”
Other names linked with the West Brom job include sacked Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas, but Nordstrand Jacobsen fears his man will leave for England.
“Ole has won three titles in three years with Molde,” the Molde chief added. “It is obvious that this can be good timing for him if he wants to further his career.”
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