Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refuses to join Paul Pogba & # 39; Agent Talking & # 39;

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rejected the news that Paul Pogba wants to leave Old Trafford, insisting there is no offer for the midfielder and the "representatives at any time".

The 26-year-old winner of the World Cup has attracted interest from United's season since arriving at Perth on Monday, with Real Madrid and Juventus closing in on offers.

Pogba's representative, Mino Raiola, told Radio talkSPORT on Tuesday "everyone knows the desire of Paul to move".

But Solskjaer, who took over Jose Mourinho in December, said he was a "normal business" and warned the club that he would be selling Pogba, or anyone else.

"There is no offer to send our players, and we are always talking to representatives, we're Manchester United, we do not have to sell the players," said a press conference after taking the training ahead of the West Indies Perth Glory. Saturday and Leeds United on Tuesday.

"When you're at Manchester United you expect all the things to happen in the summer."

The social media skipper suggested that Pogba and his colleague Jesse Lingard collided with the trip, but Solskjaer said there was no bounty, with the French at the end of the medical treatment at the end.


"Paul, it seems to be a media, I do not want to call, but a plan against Paul," he said.

"He is the highest referee in football, he is a great talent, and he's never a problem.

"Jesse and Paul were going around, and they were introduced to the battle between the two boys, and there were no problems between the boys, the early days were very good."

The confirmation has also been circulating in the future of David de Gea, but Solskjaer says he is hopeful of the Old Trafford keeper, despite a one-year contract extension.

"David has had the summer where he is in talks, and we hope to add him," Solskjaer said.

"I'm happy, of course, I've talked to David many times and I'm lucky to be happy and we're going to be the winner."

United have been linked with Southampton's star striker Mario Lemina and Tottenham's Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen, but the United boss insists he is focused on his target.

"We are still in the market, we are patient and we are not going to pay, we want the right players for the right price," he said.

Solskjaer says he expects Alexis Sanchez to miss the Chile match against Copa America against third-placed Argentina on Saturday, to be fit for the Premier League season.

After playing in Perth's two games, United travel to Singapore for a new era in Singapore.