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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is planning for the next two transfer windows at Manchester United, with the Red Devils boss claiming to have no fears regarding his future.

It has been suggested that the Norwegian could be on borrowed time after failing to deliver the upturn in fortune demanded at Old Trafford.

The 1999 Treble winner says that is because long-term plans are being put in place, with there acceptance that some big calls in the recent past would impact on the present.

Solskjaer told reporters when quizzed on his position and the questioning of it: “I speak to Ed loads of times and we speak regularly. We’ve spoken so many times.

“We do have a plan and we have made some decisions in the short-term that would harm us but in the long-term would benefit us. And that’s part of the plan.

“But results are always the main thing and we can move forward quicker with results and performances. I am sure we will get there.

“But there’s planning for the next transfer window and summer transfer window.”

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