The Norwegian was brought in to replace José Mourinho last season and he was widely seen as a stop-gap for the club before another big name manager became available in the summer, but United eventually offered Solskjaer the full-time role after a string of good performances.
Mixed results towards the back end of the season saw Solskjaers future once again thrown into question, but The Evening Standard claims that Manchester Uniteds key decision-makers have told the manager that he remains in their long-term plans at Old Trafford.
Its claimed that the board have accepted that instant success may not be possible for the club and instead want to help build on Solskjaers plan of assembling a squad built up of primarily homegrown talent.
The 46-year-old started to put his plan into action during the summer transfer by signing Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire for a combined £140m, but Solskjaer will still be handed further windows to add to his squad.
United also pulled out of moves for the likes of Paulo Dybala and Christian Eriksen ahead of the new season, which is speculated to all be part of Solskjaers long-term plan at the club.
It was also revealed on Tuesday that midfielder James Garner, who made his senior debut last season, has been promised more first-team matches this season, while the likes of Mason Greenwood and Tahith Chong will also feature throughout the campaign.