Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is the subject of a move away from the club this summer but club officials are reluctant to let him leave.
Recent reports had claimed that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Pogba to stay at the club so that he can lead the young players into a new era as the Red Devils try to recover their position amongst the elites in both English football and European football.
On his part, Solskjaer is one of the major reasons why Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United this summer according to The Sun.
Pogba has doubts over his ability to take Manchester United back to the top of European football.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed the interim manager at Old Trafford on the back of the dismissal of Jose Mourinho.
Portuguese tactician Mourinho was sacked after the poor start to the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer attained legendary status at Manchester United as a super sub and his early managerial record at the Theatre of Dreams backed up his status amongst the Manchester United supporters.
He won 12 and lost just one of his first 16 games as a Manchester United manager before his appointment was made permanent in March.
Solskjaer won just two games from the last 12 matches of the season on the back of that unbeaten run.