Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has responded to the comments of Mino Raiola on Paul Pogba. The Dutch Italian agent said on Tuesday that his client will have to leave Manchester United next summer. There have been several rumours regarding Pogba’s future at United with Real Madrid and Juventus interested in signing the France international next season.
After United were knocked out of the Champions League by RB Leipzig, Solskjaer was confronted with the comments of Raiola and he said: “The squad is fine – they’re a team and they stick together,” Solskjaer said. “As soon as Paul’s agent realises this is a team sport and we work together, the better. That’s probably maybe the last thing I say on that. I don’t want to spend energy on that.”
He was then asked if Pogba was happy at United, he said: “You’ll have to ask Paul. I’m not going to speak for him. Paul’s focused on doing his best for the team. He’s working hard in training. Now is not the time to discuss ins and outs at the club.” Pogba’s contract at United will run out in the summer of 2022 after the club triggered an automatic one-year extension during the summer.