Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been assured of his job for the next three games but unsure the what will be the case after the international break.
If at that point the board decides to let the Norwegian go, then this is how much United will be forced to pay Solskjaer – a full year’s salary as a severance package if they sack him, as per The Sun.
This means that the Norwegian manager will bag around £7.5m from the club if he is shown the door anytime soon.
Ole has a clause inserted into his contract which makes him deserving of that money if sacked by the club before his contract is over.
Solskjaer is the fifth-highest paid manager in the Premier League, behind the likes of Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola, and Brendan Rodgers. Solskjaers’ salary is way much higher than Champions League gold medalist Thomas Tuchel of Chelsea
Ole has been told that he ‘is safe’ for now and he’ll be given 3 more games to save his job.