Manchester United manager Solskjaer buys 12.5 per cent stake in Norwegian esports company

By Mike Rowbottom

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has become a part owner of Norwegian esports management company Ulti Agency.

The 48-year-old Norwegian, who scored the winning goal for United in the 1999 UEFA Champions League final, has bought a 12.5 per cent share in the company.

Solskjaer has spoken in the past of his enthusiasm for gaming, telling Norway’s national paper Dagbladet in 2013 how he used the franchise Football Manager to prepare him for his own managerial career.

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