Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that Paul Pogba will remain at the club.
Solskjaer made the comments on Friday, December 20, 2019, pending the arrival of the January transfer window.
Paul is not getting sold in January, no. I understand the interest. Paul is a fantastic player and a charismatic personality and we’re happy that he is here.
When he comes back, we want him to play well, play with a smile on his face and do what he did a year ago when I came in. His form was fantastic and it has been fantastic. We know we have one of the best players in the world when he’s fit and playing well.
Of course, he needs time to get fit, but he will make a difference for us. I still hope he can play by the end of the year, but let’s see how he feels. We are not going to push him. We need him to be 100% fit. I can’t risk any setbacks.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – vanguardngr.com
Pogba has been recently linked with Spanish club Real Madrid and has played just two matches since August as a result of an ankle injury and his future at United has been called into question.
The French player’s return has been marred by illness and he has stated that he was looking for a new challenge but that doesn’t mean he is leaving the club during the January transfer window.
Pogba has missed out on 26 matches out of 28 for both club and country this season and Manchester United have clearly missed his talent on the pitch.
With eighteen months left on his contract, Pogba has returned to training with teammates and this is a confirmation of Solskjaer’s words about the player returning before the year runs out.
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