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'I am not finished' - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hints at taking first job since leaving Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was mobbed by Manchester United fans when landing in India last week.

Solskjaer was speaking at three different events in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi across the weekend and he received a rapturous reception upon his arrival each evening.

"You are my Solskjaer, my Ole Solskjaer," is still heard on matchdays and Solskjaer remains universally loved around the world for his achievements as a United player. His stint as manager ended in his sacking in November 2021 but some still believe he was unfairly treated. Solskjaer has been out of work since leaving United. He took charge of his son's Under-14 team in Norway and he's enjoyed time away from the game after an intense period of management.

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"I'm enjoying myself, meeting fans and it's great being here," Solskjaer told the Press Trust of India. "If can help, just by being here and putting the focus on football, maybe that will help Indian football.

"I am not finished. I still have the desire to manage football at the highest level with a club that's very interesting and exciting, with an exciting style of football. I've turned a few things down.

"That's my privilege at the moment, to be able to spend time with my family, watch games, travel, and experience other football cultures, so I still have one or two clubs and national teams [in his mind]."

At one of the events, Solskjaer spoke in more detail about his desire to manage again. "I've got at least one club job in me," he said. "It has to be an interesting one, an adventure, somewhere, I can be myself.

"No disrespect, but after you've managed Manchester