Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly told manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he won’t divide the dressing room on the back of his failed move to Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid.
This is according to the publication from the stables of the UK Mirror.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was worried that Paul Pogba would be a bad influence on the Manchester United dressing room after his attempt to leave Manchester United for Real Madrid failed this summer.
The French World Cup winning midfielder has assured Solskjaer that he’s committed to Manchester United ahead of the start of their season.
Their season starts at Old Trafford on Sunday evening when they welcome top four rivals Chelsea in a Premier League clash.
Paul Pogba is expected to be in the starting XI for the Chelsea game.
He missed the last friendly game with Italian giants AC Milan because of a back injury.
Paul Pogba riled the Manchester United fanbase in June after he publicly talked about leaving the club for a new challenge.
He made this known while he was on the tour of Tokyo, Japan with Sportswear manufacturing giants Adidas.
Apart from Real Madrid, his former club Juventus was also interested in signing him.