The Norwegian was handed a three-year deal on Thursday morning after a stellar run of results since he took over the club as caretaker in December, winning 14 out of 19 games.
United look set to go without silverware this season, unless they can defy William Hill’s enhanced 25/1 (26.0) price on them winning the Champions League, and Solskjaer will be determined to make up for that next term.
The Red Devils failed to claim any silverware last term too but not since the late 1980s have they failed to lift a major trophy for three campaigns in a row.
William Hill have a range of other specials available, too. They offer 6/4 (2.50) on Solskjaer still being in charge on May 1 2022, which would make him the club’s longest serving manager since Sir Alex Ferguson.
David Moyes was unceremoniously fired after just 10 months in charge following a disastrous debut season, whilst Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho lasted two and three years respectively. Solskjaer to leave the club before the end of next season is 5/2 (3.50).
Whilst Solskjaer has certainly turned things around at Old Trafford, taking 32 Premier League points out of a possible 39, there are still areas on the pitch that need addressing.
Defence is one of those, considering, United have kept just five clean sheets under their new boss, and it is 2/1 (3.0) that they break their transfer record of £89.3 million this summer.
Considering how much Liverpool spent on Virgil van Dijk, who has transformed the Reds' defence, it is not out of the question that United follow suit by splashing out on a commanding defender.