Solskjaer believes Giggs 'good enough' to replace Ferguson at Man Utd
Solskjaer added that although Giggs is going to play for another year, he has got his eyes and ears open more to what the manager is doing, the Daily Mirror reports.
Norwegian club Molde's manager Solskjaer, who was also linked with both the Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers jobs last year, said managing United is his dream and it is the biggest job in the world.
Solskjaer added even though he would love to manage United some day, but he believes Giggs is a more natural and potential candidate to take over the mantle at Old Trafford once Fergie eventually retires.
A former Old Trafford star and current manager of successful Norwegian side Molde, Solskjaer, has been linked with the United job himself after launching his coaching career with their reserve team. (ANI)
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