Solskjaer reveals what he expects from Pogba on September 1

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Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United have been a major talking point all summer, with talks of a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Pogba has reportedly refused to sign a new deal with Manchester United, and reports claim United have offered to make him the club’s highest paid player, but Pogba is so far not keen on staying at Old Trafford.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has assured that Pogba won’t go anywhere and insists that the World Cup winner will be a Manchester United player come September 1 when the transfer window may have closed.

“Yes I expect him to be here when September 1 comes,” said Solskjaer ahead of the Southampton game.

“Of course, I’m very happy with the squad, the signings we’ve made it.

“Paul, he’s enjoying his football and I’ve said many times, my job is to make sure we’re getting the best out of Paul and Bruno (Fernandes) and all the individuals – all the very good players we’ve got – within a team structure.

“For me, to make players stay at Man United, when you see a good squad and get good results that helps and we want to win things.”