Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reiterated that he has no concerns with the commitment of Paul Pogba despite the midfielder’s comments in the aftermath of the season opener.
Shortly after that game, Pogba presented fresh concerns regarding his United future by saying that ‘a question mark remains‘ but Solskjaer has clearly stated that the midfielder is going to stay put.
“Unless some – for me, yeah he’s going to stay. Is he questioning you or are you putting question marks on him? I’ve got absolutely no concerns on Paul,” he told in a press conference quoted by The Guardian.
A recent report from The Times has claimed that Real Madrid may make one last attempt to pursue the services of Paul Pogba before the Spanish transfer window closes on September 2.
However, it is unlikely that Solskjaer or the United board will entertain any bids for the midfielder, given he is undoubtedly the best creative midfielder in the club’s ranks at the present point of time.
Pogba has the tendency to frustrate with the occasional poor half but he can quickly turn things around as showcased during the backend of the season opener against Frank Lampard’s side.
United are scheduled to face Wolverhampton Wanderers on the road on Monday night and Pogba surely needs to step up from the beginning in order to put the pressure on the west Midlands outfit.
The meeting was more of a bogey contest last season with the Wolves managing to remain unbeaten and Solskjaer will be aiming for a quick start of the blocks to avoid the hosts from settling into their rhythm.