Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer provided an update on the injury to Paul Pogba in his pre-match press conference last week as he pointed out that the Frenchman still need a few weeks before he returns to action. Paul Pogba has been missing in action for the Red Devils since he sustained a thigh injury during the Premier League game between his team and Everton at Old Trafford last month. Paul Pogba has missed the last six games for Manchester United as a result of the aforementioned thigh injury. The Frenchman won’t be back until after the March international break as confirmed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of the league outing between hosts Chelsea and Manchester United. Without Paul Pogba, Manchester United were not able to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as the two teams played out a goalless draw. The talking point of the dull game came in the first half when Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi was lucky not to concede a penalty when he handled the ball in the Blues box.
Following the delicious form he has been in recently, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba was rewarded for his sublime performances after being named the club’s player of the month for January. The French Midfielder has been in such an eccentric form for the Red Devils since the turn of the year and eventually won the gong after receiving as much as 55% of the entire votes.
Juventus have had their approach for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba rejected as the Italians try to re-sign the French World Cup winner this summer. Paul Pogba was formerly on the payroll of the Old Lady before he moved back to England to play for Manchester United. The rebuffed approach for Paul Pogba from Juventus was revealed by the Daily Mirror. It was revealed that Manchester United are keen on a swap deal that would see Paul Pogba leave the club but they were not happy with the player suggestion from Juventus.
It was revealed that Juventus offered Welshman Aaron Ramsey in a swap deal for Paul Pogba but it was turned down by the Red Devils, who have no interest in the ex-Arsenal midfielder. Manchester United had previously been interested in Aaron Ramsey but it seems like that ship has sailed. Juventus also offered Brazilian winger Douglas Costa whose presently on a season-long loan deal at Champions League holders Bayern Munich and the Old Lady met the same response of no interest from Manchester United. Just like Aaron Ramsey, the English club had previously been linked with a move for Douglas Costa.
According to Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solskjær, French midfielder Paul Pogba is not trying to force his way out of Old Trafford but is instead focused on helping the club’s fortunes.
The midfielder has been ensuring a torrid run of form over the past months and has come under different forms of criticism both from fans, pundits, and ex-players. According to some fans, Pogba is going at length to fake injuries just so he misses games deliberately and not feature for the club.
Former Liverpool star Danny Murphy believes Donny van de Beek has been signed as a long-term r replacement for Paul Pogba at Manchester United. The Dutchman has been the club’s only major signing of the summer transfer window and he is expected to improve the creativity going forward, given he is a box-to-box midfielder by trade.
Writing in his Daily Mail column, Murphy highlighted that Van de Beek is not a defensive midfielder and the Red Devils are unlikely to play him alongside Pogba and Bruno Fernandes in the same team. He added that the club may be looking into the future with Pogba’s contract effectively expiring in June 2022.
As per the recent reports,Paul Pogba is interested in signing a new deal with the Manchester United extending his stay for another five years. The player has been doing great since the return of Premier League under the guidance of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. At the beginning of the current season, he was looking forward to leaving to Juventus or Real Madrid but with the injury on the way, he has been confined to the sidelines.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to bring out Paul Pogba into the field after the huge break from the team.He was injured and has missed almost most of the season.Solskjaer is ready with a new team plan that will make Pogba fit right in with Bruno Fernandes. Solskjaer is hoping that the two can make an incredible partnership with each other in the midfield. If they can make this work United will be having the best midfielders with them.
Manchester United is currently at the fifth position of the points table. The club will be depending upon the duo to make the Champions League dream of the club to come true.
Manchester United and Juventus have been on discussions regarding the transfer of Paul Pogba. He was transferred to United from Juventus on a record-breaking transfer fee of £89.3 million on a five-year contract in 2016. He has made 99 appearances for United and scored 24 goals. He was present on the squad 2018 FIFA World Cup who won the title.
Pogba, in this season, has been injured and was forced to stay in the sidelines. He has only played a few games due to the injury. His injury led Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to bring Bruno Fernandes to the club who has been an impressive player for United so far.
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has urged the club to make a decision over the future of midfielder Paul Pogba. The Frenchman has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford over the past year and of late, agent Mino Raiola has ignited the speculation by confirming a meeting with Juventus regarding his client.
Dutch youngster Tahith Chong has suggested that he has yet to decide whether to sign a new contract at Manchester United. The 19-year-old has less than eight months remaining on his existing deal with the Red Devils and there have been reports suggesting that he could sign a pre-contract with Juventus at the turn of the year.
Speaking on FOX Sports, Chong remained calm when asked about the contract situation and stated that a decision will be made during the second half of the campaign, he told: “It’s early right now. I’m still a player of Manchester United and the season is in full swing. My focus is on that. ‘The contract will come naturally. I am now focusing on this season.”