Manchester United will resist any attempt by Paul Pogba to leave in the January transfer window, according to reports
The Daily Mail suggest Man Utd are adamant on keeping the French midfield even if he wishes to leave next month.
Pogba has been injured since September but is due to return in the near future. However, his return to action has been delayed by an illness which raised further questions about his commitment to the club.
Perhaps harshly as there’s nothing Pogba can do about being ill.
Still, it’s far from ideal for Pogba, who should be edging to get back on the pitch to help Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his bid to see United finish in the top four.
There are still links to Real Madrid doing the rounds, as per Four Four Two, but even they must be wondering if their money would be better spent elsewhere.
Whilst nursing an ankle injury in the United States, Pogba took out some time to shoot some hoops, knowing footage of him playing basketball would anger sections of United’s fanbase.
Although the Frenchman is under contract at Old Trafford, it looks like Solskjaer is playing a risk keeping a player who doesn’t want to be there.
Moreover, Solskjaer probably hopes to get the rest of the season out of Pogba — especially if United are to go all the way in the Europa League.