Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has broken his silence after being sacked as Manchester United boss in a farewell interview with the club.
The Norwegian revealed that he won’t be doing any other interviews to speak on his sacking.
But while speaking with his former club, Solskjaer explained that he wanted to win titles with United as boss, however, it wasn’t to be.
He said: “You know what this club means to me and what I wanted to achieve here. For the club, for the fans, for the players, for the staff.
I wanted us to take the next step to challenge for the league, to win trophies and I only think it’s right that it comes from the horse’s mouth.
I don’t want to answer all… there’s going to be journalists asking me about interviews but no, I’m not going to do any interviews.
I want to get it out there, I’m going to leave by the front door, because I think everyone knows I’ve given everything for this club.
This club means everything to me and together we’re a good match, but unfortunately I couldn’t get the results we needed and it’s time for me to step aside.”