UCL: Solskjaer tells Man Utd board his decision on Pogba’s future
UCL: Solskjaer tells Man Utd board his decision on Pogba’s future

According to The Athletic, Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, claims the club should sell Paul Pogba.

For the 27-year-old, Solskjaer wants the board to get a buyer and replace him with a player who wants to be at Old Trafford.

After his agent, Mino Raiola, claimed that the player was unhappy at Old Trafford, Pogba’s future at Old Trafford was once again the subject of speculation.

Raiola also said the World Cup winner’s time at the Premier League club is “over”.

Real Madrid has expressed interest in signing Pogba in the past and Zinedine Zidane is a huge admirer. But the LaLiga club is unwilling to match United’s £150million valuation.

However, Solskjaer believes United should approve a deal for Pogba, as he wants players who are committed to the club.

It is also understood that there is “deep frustration, bordering on anger” from people at United over the timing of Raiola’s comments, which came on the eve of the club’s crucial Champions League clash against RB Leipzig on Tuesday.

Solskjaer is even now under pressure to drop Pogba from the team.

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