Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit out at an Irish gambling company after they used his face as part of an advertisement.
The Norwegian is currently flying high with the Premier League club after a stunning Champions League success midweek and is looking increasingly likely to land the job on a permanent basis. In an interview with Norwegian outfit NRK, Solskjaer reflected on his delight at recent results but became sterner when he was shown the Paddy Power ad in the Evening Standard Newspaper.
"They are going to have a big, big problem with me," he declared.
"If there is anything I should not have anything to do with it, it is a betting company."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is considering legal action against Paddy Power after a photo of him appeared in one of the Irish bookmakers' adverts without his consent. #MUFC pic.twitter.com/89FcLKi5QM
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He also claimed they would soon hear from his lawyer, Erik Flågan. Both Solskjaer and his lawyer are demanding that the ad is removed.
On the field, Manchester United are in action this weekend. Solskjaer looks to continue his rise with victory over Arsenal on Sunday.