Romelu Lukaku says there is “no doubt” that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will remain on as Manchester United manager going forward.
The Norwegian boss was brought in by the club following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho in December, but was only handed the interim tag as he moved over from Molde.
The one loss came against Paris Saint-Germain, a 2-0 defeat at Old Trafford, but Manchester United miraculously overcame that defeat with a 3-1 win at Parc des Princes on Wednesday to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
With that achievement, Solskajer has all but solidified his status going forward, with Lukaku saying he’s completely confident the boss will stay on.
“I know he’s going to stay. There’s no doubt about that,” Lukaku told Viasport.
“He wants to stay. The players want him to stay. We’re doing really well. We’re playing like Manchester United should play and he’s a young coach with young players as well.
“This is a perfect environment to develop and hopefully win trophies in the near future.
“I think they’ve already discussed that. I’m just happy he’s here and hope he’s going to stay for many years.”