'So happy to see THE BOSS': Beckham drops in on Solskjaer ahead of PSG

David Beckham
shared a picture with his old Manchester United
team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, delighting in an opportunity to catch up with 'THE BOSS'.
Solskjaer is excelling as interim manager of the club both men made their name and smiled alongside Beckham, who shared the image with his 53.9million followers. 
The former England captain wrote: 'So good to be back in Manchester & so happy to see THE BOSS.'  
Solskjaer took time out to catch up with Beckham amid busy preparations for United's Champions League clash with PSG at Old Trafford. 
They spent seven successful years together at the club under Sir Alex Ferguson and evidently retain a strong bond. 
Beckham, now 43, left to join Real Madrid in 2003 and Solskjaer remained for another four seasons.
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The Norwegian is two year's Beckham's senior and opted to pursue a career in management once he'd hung up his boots. 
He remains unbeaten after 11 games in charge of United following Jose Mourinho's sacking. 
But Tuesday night's game against PSG presents the most significant test to date and those in charge at Old Trafford will surely have to consider appointing Solskjaer on a permanent basis if he can lead the team deep into the knockout stages. 
Beckham also crossed paths with another famous face en route to Manchester. 
Gary Lineker shared a photo of them together, writing: 'Bumped into a fella on the train to Manchester that reckons he used to play for.'

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