The incident happened on Sunday, just outside the Lowry Hotel, located in the city center of Manchester, where the Red Devils team is usually installed when playing at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s personal safety has been on the table in Manchester United’s main concerns after the Norwegian coach was “chased by an autograph hunter”, explains the Daily Mail this Monday.
The incident happened on Sunday, just outside the Lowry Hotel, located in Manchester city center, where the Red Devils team is usually based when playing at Old Trafford.
According to the English newspaper, after getting into the car, Solskjaer was followed by another vehicle for several meters and, when he stopped at a traffic light, a man got out of the other vehicle and hit the glass of the Norwegian technician’s car.
The Daily Mail said Manchester United believed it was an isolated case, but would still be planning changes to Solskjaer’s security.
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