Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that he is unsure of his status with Molde, the Norwegian side with which he has had two spells as manager.
Solskjaer had been managing the club for three years prior to taking up the role of Manchester United caretaker boss in December following the departure of Jose Mourinho from Old Trafford.
"I'm not quite sure how it works," the 46-year-old told the Fotballklubben podcast when asked why it still says 'Manager of Molde FK' on his Twitter account bio.
I think the contract has expired and that now I only have contract with Manchester United. There may have to be another contract for that [return to Molde].
"Let's see what it says here [Twitter bio]. No, I am... "manager of Molde"- It's not what I am doing at the moment, but the plan is to go back there.
In early December, prior to Solskjaer taking up the Manchester United job, Molde had announced that Solskjaer had signed a new three-year deal with the club. However, it was reported on Tuesday that the club has since deleted that statement from their club website.
At the time of him joining United, Molde managing director Oystein Neerland said that the club was happy to 'loan' Solskjaer the Premier League side, indicating that he would be returning to Norway.
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