- Paul Pogba wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to leave Manchester United
- That will be the only condition for the Frenchman to remain at Old Trafford
- Pogba is wanted by Real Madrid and former side Juventus
France international Paul Pogba has reportedly given a stunning condition that will make him to stay at Manchester United and that will be if the club's chiefs should sack manager Ole Solskjaer.
Paul Pogba has not been impressive for Manchester United this season although injury has affected his development at Old Trafford and has been linked with a move away.
He has been linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid and also his former side Juventus who still want the Frenchman to return to Turin.
And according to the report on Marca, Paul Pogba may decide to remain at Old Trafford next season, but that will be if the club fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
But the main rationale for Paul Pogba not to be willing to work under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer anymore is not revealed according to the report.
But it could be linked to the reported spat Solskjaer had with Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola in which he claimed that none of his players will play for Manchester United again.
As it stands now, Paul Pogba is still expected to play some games for Manchester United this season after returning to training.
But his reported willingness to get Ole Solskjaer fired lies in the hands of Manchester United chiefs who have given the Norwegian the target to meet this season.
Primary among the targets given to Solskjaer this term at Old Trafford is for him to return Manchester United back to Champions League.
United fans are not happy after missing the Champions League this season and finishing among the top four at the end of the term is all what the Red Devils' faithfuls are clamoring for.
Solskjaer and his wards are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 41 points after 27 games played and they are three points behind fourth placed Chelsea.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Odion Ighalo was reportedly booted off the training ground by the University of Manchester women’s team after they could not recognise the 30-year-old new club signing.
Ighalo joined Man United in a shocking deal that pulled the storm across the world on the deadline day of January transfer market.
In what appeared to be his second stint in the EPL, the Nigerian striker sealed a dream move to Old Trafford from the Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua.
But unfortunately, he could join the rest of his new teammates who travelled to Spain to enjoy their winter break due to heightened border restriction following the outbreak of Coronavirus.
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