- Paul Pogba is expected to remain at Manchester United next season
- Solskjaer stated that the ex Real Madrid star will remain at Old Trafford
- The Red Devils are currently occupying fifth position on the EPL table
France international Paul Pogba who currently plays for Manchester United is now expected to remain at Old Trafford after the end of the ongoing season according to Ole Solskjaer.
Paul Pogba has been linked with a move away from Manchester United even before the ongoing season started with Real Madrid and Juventus said to be interested in him.
He has not been able to produce good performances so far this season playing only seven Premier League games before he got injured in December last year.
In January this year, Pogba's agent Mino Raiola and Manchester United boss Solskjaer had issues over the player's future in which the latter made some statement.
Mino Raiola told Ole Solskjaer that Paul Pogba will be leaving Manchester United at the end of the season stressing that none of his players would ever play again for the Red Devils.
Ole Solskjaer has now spoken about the future of Paul Pogba at Manchester United after the club's impressive 5-0 win over LASK in the Europa League.
Pogba has however returned to training as he gears up to fight for his place in Manchester United first team.
He will have to raise his game in training so as to convince Ole Solskjaer who is currently enjoying the services of new player Bruno Fernandes.
Even Manchester United fans are no longer thinking about Paul Pogba because of Bruno's superb performances so far since he joined the Old Trafford landlords.
United are hoping they finish the season among the top four so as to campaign next season in the Champions League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is now reportedly engaging himself in extra training as he gears up to return to the Red Devils' first squad after being out for the past three months.
The France international has not played for Manchester United since December 26 due to injury, but he has resumed training now ahead of possible return to action this weekend.
United chiefs were forced to enter the transfer market in January where they bought Portugal international Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon.
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