‘I have no worries about Paul whatsoever’: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United WON’T sell Pogba this summer despite the Frenchman having just a year left on his current contract
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Paul Pogba to be here on 1 September
- The Frenchman is in the last year of his current contract at Old Trafford
- Solskjaer is not worried about Pogba’s attitude as his future remains unresolved
- The Norwegian has also said that the 28-year-old is enjoying his football
Manchester United won’t try to cash in on Paul Pogba despite the Frenchman entering the final year of his contract with no new deal having been reached.
Pogba could walk away from Old Trafford for nothing in a year’s time but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: ‘I expect him to be here when September 1 comes [after the transfer window closes on August 31].’
‘I’m not worried whatsoever that the length of any player’s contract changes the level of their motivation.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that Paul Pogba won’t be sold despite his future being uncertain
Pogba claimed four assists against Leeds – but he only has a year left on his current contract
‘You can’t expect to score five goals every game but you do expect the attitude to be right every game. I have no worries about Paul whatsoever.
‘He’s enjoying his football and my job is to make sure we’re getting the best out of Paul.’