TV 2's sources say that Ole Gunnar Solskjær will be presented as Cardiff's new manager before their FA Cup match against Newcastle on Saturday.

At 10.50 a private jet took off from Kvernberget Airport in Kristiansund bound for Luton, London.

The aircraft is registered in Malaysia and is owned by Berjaya Air, which again is owned by Cardiff-owner Vincent Tan.

Only a matter of time
Sources close to the Molde management says that Solskjær now is lost for the reigning cup champions. It's only a matter of time before Vincent Tan gets his favourite to succeed Malky Mackay.

There's been a lot of speculations regarding Solskjær and Cardiff in British media. The Guardian first reported that Solskjær had rejected the offer from the Welsh club. But the same newspaper and several other British media reported on New Year's Eve that Solskjær still was the club's first choice for the job.

TV 2 Sport is aware that the negotiations between Solskjær and Cardiff has been going on for a while, and an agreement was close to be finalized during Christmas. Now Cardiff will complete the hectic Christmas program in the Premier League before he's presented as the club's new manager.

Six months left on his contract
Solskjær managed to win two league titles and one cup trophy with Molde before his journey now takes him back to the Premier League, this time as manager. 

It's not the first time a private jet takes off from Kvernberget with Solskjær on board. Last time it was Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner who flew in the former Manchester United player for negotiations. At that time Solskjær said no to become manager in the Premiership. This time Vincent Tan and Cardiff had more luck with his request.

No one in Molde want to comment on the imminent appointment. Solskjær had six months left on his contract at Aker Stadium.

But TV 2 knows that the club is now working on finding a replacement for Solskjær.