Solskjaer held “positive” talks with Pogba amid uncertainty over contract

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t sound worried about Paul Pogba walking out on Manchester United.

Pogba has yet to agree to a new contract at Old Trafford amid strong interest from Paris Saint-Germain, as per the Telegraph.

The France international has exactly 11-months left on his current deal with United and is believed to be weighing up his options.

But due to United’s hardline stance of not letting Pogba leave in a cut-price deal this summer, the club run the risk of losing him on a Bosman in less than a year. The club will be aware Pogba, with some help from Mino Raiola, holds the cards in this situation.

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Solskjaer has held talks with Pogba about his future after he joined up with the first team squad at St. Andrews, in Scotland. The Frenchman is expected to play a part in Saturday’s pre-season friendly against Everton.

“I hope every player thinks this is the place to be to win trophies,” Solskjaer told ESPN. “When you sign for Manchester United, you have to rise to the challenge.

“Paul has come back and he’s fresh and he’s always such a positive boy. The talks I’ve had with him have all been positive.”

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