Manchester United have failed in a bid for Joshua King on deadline day this January transfer window. Sky Sports have later reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is considering a second bid for the Bournemouth man.
Of course, the Cherries will be desperate to keep the former United player in the midst of this worrying relegation battle. Bournemouth are currently in the drop zone, and the signs are increasingly in favour of Eddie Howe's men facing relegation to the Championship.
Solskjaer and King are both Norwegian, and the United boss managed him in the club's reserves before he left for Blackburn Rovers. Now, it seems as if Solskjaer wants to reunite with his compatriot, seven years after the forward left the club.