‘You won’t see Paul go in January’: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Pogba will STAY at Manchester United this month amid ongoing links to Old Trafford exit
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United in January
- The Frenchman has made it clear he sees his future away from Old Trafford
- Pogba missed the FA Cup draw at Wolves with a recurrence of an ankle injury
- Solskjaer was also asked about the club’s interest in Wolves’ Raul Jimenez
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted Paul Pogba will not leave the club this month.
The Frenchman has made it clear he sees his future away from Old Trafford and is being constantly linked with an exit this month to Europe’s elite clubs.
Solskjaer was again without the midfielder for the 0-0 FA Cup third-round draw with Wolves on Saturday but insisted after the game that there is no chance he will be leaving United this month.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted Paul Pogba will not leave Manchester United this month
The Frenchman has made it clear he sees his future away from Old Trafford and wants to go
When asked if the Frenchman would be going, Solskjaer told the BBC: ‘You won’t see Paul [Pogba] go in January.’
That was not the only transfer link put to Solskjaer following the draw at Molineux with the Norwegian also asked about the club’s interest in Wolves striker Raul Jimenez.
Solskjaer was coy on that link too, adding: ‘Another good player we have been linked with.
‘He did really well today. I can’t comment on speculation.’
Speaking about the match itself, Solskjaer praised Sergio Romero for his performance and challenged him to fight David de Gea for the No 1 shirt.
Solskjaer was also asked about United’s interest in Wolves striker Raul Jimenez after the game
‘I’m happier to be in the replay than going out – it’s a tough place to come,’ the United manager said.
‘They had chances, Sergio Romero made some great saves and we got off the hook with the header.
‘Sergio has never let us down, he’s kept so many clean sheets. He is a fantastic human being and a top professional.
‘He’s putting pressure on David de Gea and that’s what we want. We want the best players in the world here.’