Reports have emerged that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is ready to grant Paul Pogba his move away from Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba has publicly stated “it could be a good time for a new challenge” last weekend.
As we reported few day back Manchester United’s Chief Executive Ed Woodward is not yet ready to let go his superstar midfielder. He believes Paul Pogba is quite important for the club due to his commercial value.
Woodward is also ready to offer Pogba new contract to extend his future at Old Trafford. However, Manchester United’s backroom staff are not much worried about Pogba’s future at club.
According to One Football, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is ready to sell Paul Pogba to raise fund for new signings. The Frenchman has been a problem for the United backroom staff including manager Solksjaer.
The French midfielder has already hinted at a move away from United this weekend in Tokyo. He is reportedly upset at being targeted by the press and the Red Devils fans for Manchester United’s poor on-field performances.
In the 14 games for France last season, Pogba averaged 7.1 along with winning the World Cup in Russia. However, for Manchester United despite having a poor season his average rating in the red shirt remains same at 7.1 in 47 appearances.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has been given responsibility to rebuild the Manchester United squad that finished sixth in the Premier League last season. Pogba will be allowed to leave this summer due to his attitude.
Meanwhile the absence of Champions League next season will prove to be a stumbling block in Solksjaer’s quest to sign big players this summer.