Man United bosses promise Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a fresh signing if Paul Pogba goes.
Paul Pogba of Manchester United has been linked with a move away from the club.
According to rumours, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be able to spend any money the club receives for Paul Pogba if the midfielder leaves this transfer window. After entering the final year of his contract at Old Trafford, Pogba is sought by Paris Saint-Germain.
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Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, has stated that the France international will not be re-signed by United.
When asked about the 28-year-future old’s after Saturday’s 4-2 pre-season loss to QPR, Solskjaer had a different opinion.
“The conversations between Paul’s representatives and our representatives are ongoing,” Solskjaer remarked.
“Every conversation I’ve had with Paul has indicated that he is looking forward to the season.”
United’s public attitude, according to ESPN, is that they want Pogba to stay.
They don’t want to be regarded as losing their finest players as they try to overcome a four-year drought without a major trophy.
Regardless of what Solskjaer says, United do not anticipate Pogba to sign a new contract with the club.
According to ESPN, United would ‘love’ to pay £50 million for Pogba, which is the price PSG is apparently willing to pay.
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Solskjaer would be able to reinvest any monies raised by Pogba’s departure in the transfer market.
United have already paid £73 million for Jadon Sancho and are interested in Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane.
United may be able to match Real’s asking price for Varane if Pogba is sold.
Pogba is expected to continue at United this season, according to Premier League expert Ian Darke.
Pogba, on the other hand, must start playing like he does when he’s on international duty with France, according to Darke.
“I don’t think he’ll go,” he told ESPN FC, “but you can see why it may be an appealing offer, because he’ll never be worth this kind of money again.”
“He had a good European Championship, but the bottom line is, as we’ve stated many times on this show, it’s not an opinion, it’s a fact.”Brinkwire Summary News”.