Virgil van Dijk forced to move home after Solskjær signs United deal

• Liverpool defender lives in United manager’s Cheshire house
• Solskjær’s appointment hailed by former United greats

Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s appointment as the permanent manager of Manchester United will have the knock-on effect of leaving the Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk homeless.

After signing a three-year contract to become the permanent successor to José Mourinho, Solskjær revealed he and his family plan to live in the house he bought in Cheshire 12 years ago .

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