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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer emerges as a surprise contender to succeed Scott Parker as crisis club eye ex-Man Utd boss at Club Brugge.

According to reports, OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER is a surprising candidate for the Club Brugge position.

Manchester United fired the 50-year-old in November 2021.

According to MEN, Solskjaer manages the youth team at his home club, Kristiansund BK, in Norway.

Be that as it may, he could purportedly continue in the strides of Scott Parker by taking some work with Belgian outfit Club Brugge.

The club’s shortlist includes Solskjaer, according to journalist Sacha Tavolieri.

After firing Parker last month, the club is still looking for a replacement.

Parker, 42, was sacked in Spring in the wake of winning only two out of his 12 games in control.

Ronny Deila, the former manager of Celtic, is also said to be of interest to Bruge, which is currently fifth in the Belgian Pro League.

The Norwegian is right now chief at Standard Lord.

Another candidate on Brugge’s shortlist is Dino Toppmoller, who worked as Julian Nagelsmann’s assistant at Bayern Munich.

Together with Nagelsmann, the 42-year-old was let go by Bayern last month.

However, Solskjaer is also an unexpected choice for the Brugge position.

Before Sean Dyche took over at Goodison Park, the legend of Old Trafford was linked with the Everton job in January.

After a successful stint as caretaker manager, he was promoted to permanent manager of the Red Devils in 2019, but he was fired in 2021 and was succeeded by Ralf Rangnick as interim manager.


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