Paul Pogba is under contract at Manchester United so may not get the move he dreams of this summer.
The club is sending signals that they believe he will be at Old Trafford next season and are not entertaining any offers for the France international.
However, a report in the Daily Star surprisingly claims Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Pogba sold to the highest bidder.
The report in question suggests the United manager is desperate to sell the midfielder to raise funds for new signings because he apparently has just £100m to spend before the start of next season.
That’s hardly enough to rebuild a Manchester United team but it shows that the Glazers are still penny pinching.
And Solskjaer won’t complain because he’s not used to having that amount of money to spend on transfers from previous spells at Molde and Cardiff City.
But who is promising that the money received for Pogba would be spent on new players?
It’s not as if the Glazers put the money we got from selling Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid in 2009 back into the club?