Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that his contract with Molde was terminated so that he could sign for Manchester United until June.
There was initial talk of Solskjaer having been loaned to United and that he would return at the end of the season.
But a story about him signing a new three-year deal with Molde has been removed from the club’s website.
Solskjaer has now explained that it was impossible to have a dual contract in place.
“I am here to do my job. I am not here to get excited.
“With the contract issue – you cannot have two contracts when you are a manager. That contract [with Molde] was terminated and I am contracted to United until the end of June,” he told Sky Sports.