Solskjaer expects Pogba to stay at UTD
Solskjaer expects Pogba to stay at UTD. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer assumes Paul Pogba to stay at Manchester United despite Real Madrid’s confidence of signing the midfielder. Pogba has received heavy criticism for his performances during Manchester United’s recent run of poor form and Sky sources understand he is expected to leave if they miss out on qualification for the Champions League.
“You can’t guarantee anything in football but yes I think Paul is going to be here,” said Solskjaer. “I can assure you he is now very determined to succeed at Man United. “I would say yes I can guarantee, but in life you can never. He will be as far as I can answer.”
Pogba remains a “leader” in the dressing room but is “a human being as well”, says Solskjaer. “The world has changed, you don’t have a Bryan Robson, a Roy Keane or Steve Bruce in our dressing room,” said Solskaer. “Leadership is so many different things. “We’re all different now. I don’t lead the same way as Sir Alex [Ferguson]. Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho – we’re all different leaders.”