Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects France international Paul Pogba to remain at the Old Trafford next term despite rumors all of over the way that he will leave a move to Real Madrid.
The France international has been the headline for some time now, following the Red Devils’ awful display in recent weeks.
Report has it that he is likely to seal a move to join the Los Blancos outfit after Zinedine Zidane returned to the club and looking at improving his squad in the lacking areas.
But the latest speculation now confirmed that Solskjaer has announced that he believes Pogba will remain at the club even after the summer window.
“You can’t guarantee anything in football but yes I think Paul is going to be here,” said Solskjaer on the Sky Sports website.
“I can assure you he is now very determined to succeed at Man United.
“I would say yes I can guarantee, but in life you can never. He will be as far as I can answer.”
He added: “The world has changed, you don’t have a Bryan Robson, a Roy Keane or Steve Bruce in our dressing room.
“Leadership is so many different things.
“We’re all different now. I don’t lead the same way as Sir Alex [Ferguson]. Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho – we’re all different leaders.”
Pogba is a super-B footballer every young football will like to look up to, but unfortunately he has failed to live upto the hype that many of his fans expected of him when he signed for the Red devils and might not be too unhappy if he choose to leave the club.
However, if Ole is unable to make him remain at the club, the best thing is to cash out from him, say goodbye and get a good replacement for him or at least help promote one of their promising young players.