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Solskjaer reveals if Pogba will be at Man United next season

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There have been big doubts over the future of Paul Pogba with the Frenchman been linked to Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.

The world cup winner has previously talked about his admiration for Zidane and Real Madrid and that has prompted the media to cook up links between the 2 of them. Also having Mino Raiola as an agent doesn’t help either.

Now, with Man United set to take on Barcelona tonight, OGS was inquired in his press conference about the future of Paul Pogba and here’s what he had to say on the matter:

“Paul Pogba is looking forward to tomorrow.

“He’s a Man United player. He’s one of our big performers and on a big stage. He knows the game against PSG was not his greatest moment.

“So, he is only focused on playing well against Barcelona and I cannot see him not playing for Man United next season either.

“It’s not about one player, everyone has to perform at their best level and at Paul’s best he can run a game like this, and that’s what you expect from him, that he really puts his stamp on a game like this.

“Paul’s job is to be the creator, and when we win the ball that he drives forward, so I expect him to perform tomorrow.”

The links of Paul Pogba to Real Madrid or Barcelona or PSG are never going to die and we have got to accept this fact.

The Frenchman is an ambitious player and he has got Mino Raiola as his agent which makes it a dangerous combination.

All we can hope for is for Pogba to be at the top of his game tonight and help us reach the semi-final of the Champions League. Rest will be sorted out in the summer!


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