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Solskjaer finally decides Paul Pogba’s future

Timothy Aiyeku

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Future of France international Paul Pogba might have been decided at the English Premier League outfit Man United after recent claims credited to manager Ole Gunnar solskjaer.

The former Juventus midfielder seems to be tired of life at the Old Trafford and is reportedly pushing for a move out of the club. While he has been linked with a return to Italy, French Ligue 1 outfit PSG and Spanish La Liga outfit Barcelona have all indicated interest in his signature.

But the World Cup winner has made it clear that he would like to join Spanish Giants Real Madrid because of his dream to work under football legend Zinedine Zidane.

It was also reported that Real Madrid launched an “Operation Pogba” which hints that they also have an interest in the playmaker.

However, manager ole Gunnar solskjaer is no longer willing to work with the France international as he has given his approval for the player to leave Old Trafford for a fee worth £120 million.

Having suffered a very disappointing season, manager Ole Gunnar solskjaer seeks to rebuild his team ahead of the coming season and will require new players to carry out the job.

According to reports, the former Red Devils forward is no longer willing to work with Paul Pogba in the coming season.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.