Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is an option for Brighton and Hove Albion as he continues to seek out his next job following his Manchester United sacking.

That’s according to Jeunes Footeux, who say the Norwegian boss has been ‘mentioned internally’ by those in charge of the Premier League club.

They’re currently on the hunt for a new manager following Graham Potter’s move to Chelsea last week.

They’ve been linked with a growing list of names since that point and Jeunes Footeux have their own information on the situation today.

According to their information, the preference would be to hire someone with a good command of the English language and the current favourites are a coach who has already managed in the Premier League and one working abroad.

Solskjaer has been ‘mentioned internally’ as part of the recruitment process and is available on a free after leaving Manchester United last year.

He would presumably be the manager who has worked in the Premier League before, having coached Manchester United between 2018 and 2021 and a short stint as Cardiff boss between January and September 2014.

Whether he’s interested in the position remains to be seen, but it seems he is at least one name on the list of candidates being explored.