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Solskjaer: “We don’t have offers for Pogba”

United’s coach remains confident and says that the club don’t need to sell.

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Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær talked to the press and shared his thoughts on the rumors suggesting that midfielder Paul Pogba wants to leave the club and join either Real Madrid or Juventus this summer.

“Agents talk all the time. As I said, we have not received any offer from any club and we don’t need to sell,” said Solskjaer when asked about Raiola’s words confirming that Pogba wants out.

“This is all I can say about this topic. There’s an agenda against Paul, he’s one of the best. The best. He’s a true professional, there has never been an issue with him and he has a great heart,” he added.

Pogba remains a big target for Real Madrid and coach Zinedine Zidane, and while it will be quite difficult to complete a deal for the French midfielder, Los Blancos will definitely try to please their coach. Manchester United just don’t need to sell and Madrid might be forced to spend more than €130 million to sign Pogba away from the Manchester-based club.

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