Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has addressed the long-term problem of the best position for star midfielder Paul Pogba.
Solskjaer talked about the conundrum when asked by reporters ahead of the Premier League visit to the Toffees on Sunday afternoon.
According to him, Paul Pogba will play wherever he and his coaching crew want him to play rather than the French World Cup winner dictating where he wants to play.
Pogba has been one of the beneficiaries of a managerial change at Manchester United.
The former Juventus midfielder endured a poor form at the start of the season following his fallout with then manager Jose Mourinho.
Former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss Mourinho was booted out of his job as the Manchester United manager when results started to suffer and was swiftly replaced by former Red Devils striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who was appointed on an interim basis until the end of the season.
Pogba saw an upturn in form when Solskjaer took charge of the first team but he has gone off the boil in recent weeks though many fans think that his loss of form may not be unconnected to rumours of a move to Real Madrid in the summer.
The Frenchman recently talked up the possibility of playing for Real Madrid as a dream come true.