- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was leaving the Lowry Hotel at the time of the frightening incident
- A fan is said to have followed him from the facility when he pounced on his car window
- Despite the club describing the episode as "one off", United are not willing to leave anything to chance
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Manchester United chiefs might be planning to review Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's security details after a fan tracked him down before banging on his car window.
Reports claim the incident happened over the weekend when Norwegian-born tactician was leaving the Lowry Hotel in Manchester when the fan approached him.
Mirror UK citing The Mail reports the yet to be identified supporter tracked the Norwegian tactician in his car to the first set of traffic lights when he jumped out before banging on the manager's window.
Whereas United are said to be treating the scary episode as a "one-off", reports suggest the club are looking to analyse arrangements around Solskjaer's general security and safety.
Mail Online further divulged the fan could have been an autograph hunter who wanted nothing but Ole's sign. The legendary striker often makes time to sign supporters' autos.
The incident was reported in the wake of the Red Devils' 2-1 hard-fought win over a stubborn Brighton side on the evening of Sunday, April 4, at Old Trafford.
The Manchester side had to come from a goal down to secure their victory, with Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood combining to steer the team to a crucial win.
Brighton took a deserved lead just 13 minutes after the kickoff through Danny Welbeck, a former United academy graduate and player.
Rashford went on to draw the hosts level in the second half, with Greenwood putting the game to bed minutes to stoppage time.
The win all but confirmed a top four finish for the Old Trafford dwellers as they cemented their place in second on the log.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has painted a grim picture of Anthony Martial's fitness after the Man United star picked a knee injury during international duty.
Martial was forced off with a knee problem during France's 2-0 win over Kazakhstan last weekend, ruling him out of United's Premier League meeting with Brighton on Sunday, April 4.
Sources reveal that the striker was able to play during the fixture briefly before he was eventually substituted.