Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened up on the future of Paul Pogba.
Pogba is yet to sign a new deal at Old Trafford despite his current deal expiring next summer and despite being inked with a move away from the club, Solskjaer insisted that he hopes that he can still work with the player for a longer time.
“There is always speculation about Paul (Pogba), and always clubs interested and of course we’ve seen Paul at his best. Paul knows what we feel about it. Iv enjoyed my time working with him and hopefully, we can continue to work together,” Solskjaer said after their loss to QPR on Saturday evening.
There have been reports that Paris Saint Germain is preparing a bid for Pogba but United are not keen to let the player leave as they believe they can convince him to sign a longer deal at the club.
The player’s agent Mino Raiola has been in talks with PSG and despite a section of their fans revealing a banner that they didn’t want the Frenchman at the capital, PSG is keen on making a move as they build a squad ready to challenge for the Champions League.