Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been wooing France international Paul Pogba to discard offers from the likes of his former club, Juventus and Real Madrid and stay put at the Old Trafford side.
It can be recalled that Pogba, 26, recently expressed his desire to leave Manchester United and face ‘new challenge’ elsewhere. And suitors like Juventus and Real Madrid are very keen to land the star midfielder.
Pogba had his youth career at Manchester United from 2009 to 2011 and joined Juventus after one year in the senior team at Old Trafford. He was signed again by the Premier League side in August 2016 for what was a record fee of £89 million.
“Ive said many times about Paul that he’s a top, top boy and a great player and he’s never, ever been a problem,” Solskjaer who was hired in December 2018 as replacement for Jose Mourinho said.
“When we get him playing as he did when I came in, and if we get him playing like that again, he will win you over as well.
“I’ve not been upset by anything he’s said because we’ve had many conversations
and I know exactly what Paul is thinking. I can give him a new challenge.”