Manchester United board and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are reportedly in disagreement over the future of Paul Pogba as a Manchester United player.
Pogba’s Manchester United contract expires next year and the club must make a decision this summer whether to extend his contract or sell the midfielder.
Solskjaer wants the midfielder to stay at the club, having worked so hard to get him back to his blistering best but the Manchester United board aren’t keen on extending Pogba’s contract, according to TribalFootball.
The Manchester United board are are wary of meeting Pogba’s salary demands with the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, wanting his client to pocket £400,000-a-week.
The club believe Pogba’s demands are unrealistic with football struggling financially amid the pandemic.
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