The latest update on the Old Trafford hotseat comes from the Norwegian’s right-hand man, Mike Phelan.
He said: “We’re still the caretakers at this moment. No decisions have been made on anything permanent.”
Ex-United midfielder Phelan returned to the club before Christmas when FC Molde boss Solskjaer assumed the reins for the rest of the season after Jose Mourinho was sacked.
Following an immediate and brilliant upturn in results, United players and fans alike have called for 1999 Treble winner Solskjaer to get the role full-time.
“No decisions have been made on anything permanent”
But, according to Phelan, 56, there has been no word from the board regarding plans beyond June.
And he spent the first week of the international break out in Australia doing his other job as technical director of A-League outfit Central Coastal Mariners.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s former No.2 added: “In England I’ve been doing the day job with United, and doing the morning and evening on the phone to Australia.
“What happens next season depends on the situation at United. Those decisions will probably be made in the off-season.”
Phelan’s update on Solskjaer getting the permanent job at Old Trafford comes amid news that: