Manchester United have not agreed on any potential fee with Molde in the event of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer possibly becoming their permanent manager, according to the BBC.

The former Manchester United striker has been appointed as caretaker manager for the rest of the season, with the club looking to conduct a thorough process to land a permanent boss.

Molde, where Solskjaer has won two Norwegian top division titles as manager, have allowed the former striker to join the Red Devils on a temporary basis.

Manchester United have agreed to pay the Norwegian outfit a compensation fee less than £500,000 for Solskjaer’s services until the end of the season.

There were reports that Manchester United have also agreed a potential deal worth £7.2m with Molde to make the 45-year-old as their permanent manager in the summer but no such agreement is in place.

The Premier League giants want to bring in a new name in the summer and Solskjaer is not being considered for the permanent role at the moment.

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It remains to be seen if Manchester United might change their plans.

Solskjaer will be in the dugout in Wales on Saturday when Manchester United take on his former side Cardiff City.