If you were still skeptical as to whether the future of Paul Pogba lies at Old Trafford, Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has reiterated the club wants to keep the Frenchman.
Speaking recently about Pogba’s future without the club’s official website, Solskjaer had this to say: “I don’t think you can ever question Paul’s professionalism. He is a very, very professional boy and he lives his life the right way.
“He wants to be the best he can be. He knows he’s a special talent and he doesn’t want to, in five or 10 years’ time, look back and think ‘I didn’t make the most of it’.
“He is already a World Cup winner, he has won things with Juventus and us so I’m not surprised by his enthusiasm and dedication to us. We are looking to keep Paul here.”
Talks of Pogba’s future dominated the headlines prior to the league restart, but nothing of note has been in the news in recent weeks, which is good for both player and club, as it’s allowed him focus on getting back to his best and helping us achieve our goals for this campaign.