Updates on Cardiff's Search for New Manager After Firing Malky Mackay

Tim Keeney@@t_keenContributor IDecember 29, 2013

MOLDE, NORWAY - MAY 6:  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, manager of Molde FK looks on during the Norwegian Tippeligaen match between Molde FK and Aalesunds FK held on May 6, 2012 at the Aker Stadion in Molde, Norway. (Photo by Daniel Sannum Lauten/EuroFootball/Getty Images)
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Updates From Wednesday, Jan. 1It appears that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to become the new Cardiff City manager, replacing Malky Mackay.

According to reports in his native Norway, relayed by former player Jan Aage Fjortoft, the Molde boss is on the way to the UK on New Year's Day:

Norwegian TV-channel TV 2 reporting that Ole Gunnar Solskjær will be the manager of Cardifff City. That Solskjær is on the private-jet now

— Jan Aage Fjortoft (@JanAageFjortoft) January 1, 2014

Jacqui Oatley of BBC Sport confirms that the pair were seen together at the Emirates on Wednesday:

Vincent Tan and Ole G Solskjaer have just walked past us into the Emirates. They arrived in car together. #afc #CardiffCity

— Jacqui Oatley (@JacquiOatley) January 1, 2014

The Daily Mail's Twitter feed provided photographic evidence of the rendezvous:

PICTURED: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Cardiff owner Vincent Tan watch on at the Emirates pic.twitter.com/GMzeEVikRt

— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) January 1, 2014

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