Paul Pogba may decide to stay at Manchester United if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is removed as manager, according to Marca.
We should say goodbye to Pogba regardless!
Whether Solskjaer remains or not, the Frenchman has done enough damage this season — even though he’s made just eight appearances.
The Spanish outlet claims that ‘Should United dismiss Solskjaer and appoint another coach, Pogba may decide to remain at the English giants and extend his contract beyond June 30, 2021’.
United will make a decision on the manager without consulting Pogba, who can’t be bothered spending time at Carrington during his recovery with team-mates. All of this while his agent, Mino Raiola, publicly attacks Solskjaer on social media.
And we’re also of the opinion that United can’t keep sacking managers.
It is interesting that Pogba has apparently fallen out with Solskjaer, who he knows since coming through United’s academy, as a teenager. He had problems with José Mourinho but they were personal.
There is no such animosity with Solskjaer, though. The manager wants you to know he has a good relationship with his ‘star player’.
We are not buying this and wouldn’t be surprised if neither were at the club next season…