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Beşiktaş has offered Ole Gunnar Solskjær an 18-month contract

Beşiktaş have sacked their manager and are now going for Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

Beşiktaş, the Turkish football club, has made significant moves in their managerial realm by relieving Riza Calimbay of his duties and extending an enticing contract offer to former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

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After a brief seven-game stint, Beşiktaş has decided to part ways with Riza Calimbay, terminating his managerial role at the club. Following Calimbay’s departure, Beşiktaş swiftly made a move by presenting a lucrative 18-month managerial contract to Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who is reported to be on the verge of accepting the offer.

Beşiktaş, seeking a notable change in its managerial structure, has chosen to part ways with Calimbay after a short tenure. The club’s swift approach in offering Solskjær an 18-month contract indicates a strong inclination toward securing the experienced Norwegian as their new manager.

Should Solskjær accept Beşiktaş’s offer, it would mark his return to football management after departing from Manchester United. His appointment could bring a fresh perspective and tactical prowess to the Turkish side.

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