Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be discussing his January transfer plans with Manchester United board today, report the Daily Mail.
As per the report, Norwegian manager will hold a conference call with club chiefs after overseeing the training session at Carrington ahead of their FA Cup tie against Wolves.
According to The Sun, Solskjaer will speak on the phone with his No 2 Mike Phelan, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and head negotiator Matt Judge.
Pogba’s future along with various strategic January targets are on the list of topics that are supposed to be discussed.
The Frenchman reportedly wants to leave Old Trafford desperately in this window, with his team-mates convinced there is no way back for one of their best-paid players.
In terms of replacements, United are keen to add a creative midfielder to their squad and Leicester’s James Maddison is reportedly on their radar.
Jack Grealish is another option, while Norwich City’s breakthrough talent Todd Cantwell could also be a potential big-money arrival.
Further up the pitch, former Celtic ace Moussa Dembele is set to be discussed, while Solskjaer is also keen to add another full-back to his ranks with Luke Shaw not up to the required standards.