Jim McGuinness will complete his term as Donegal manager after a meeting with Co. officers today (Saturday).
The Glenties men met the county’s officers and it is learned that he has committed for a fourth year.
The manager had met the clubs last week in an effort to get a free run during the championship season and the clubs agreed to postpone the senior and intermediate championship until after Donegal’s exit from the championship.
McGuinness is Donegal’s most successful team manager, having won two Ulster titles back-to-back as well as winning the Sam Maguire in 2012. He also guided the U-21s to Ulster success in 2010.
His tenure in charge of the U-21s and seniors has proved to be a bumper period for GAA in the county in the last four years.