Manchester United manager and his employers have been advised to do everything possible to prevent Paul Pogba from leaving the Theatre of Dreams anytime soon.
The player has been a subject of transfer speculations since his return to Old Trafford as Real Madrid are actively monitoring his situation under Solskjaer.
The Galacticos were in the race for his signature in the summer but couldn’t snatch him from the very watchful eyes of the Norwegian tactician.
Zidane isn’t ending his interest in his compatriot just yet as he is reportedly willing to launch an interesting bid for the former Juventus man in January.
However, former United manager David Moyes has warned the Old Trafford hierarchies against sanctioning Pogba’s exit in the winter as it could turn out to be a regrettable decision.
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According to him while speaking to TalkSPORT, the 26-year-old Frenchman is United’s best midfielder at the moment and he can fit into any manager’s plan.
“Pogba is still Manchester United ’s best midfield player. He could probably play for any team in the world, certainly in Europe. He’d get a game for any team,”
Though Moyes admitted that the World Cup winner hasn’t been consistent in his performances for the club, he believes he should stay at Old Trafford at all costs.
“I’m not always sure he’s a player who’s consistent and makes the difference all the time. For the profile he’s got, you’re hoping he makes the difference. He doesn’t always make the difference, but do I think he should stay at Manchester United? Yes, I do.” he said.
Pogba’s transfer speculations won’t just end until the player eventually leaves Old Trafford, but when will that happen? Only time will tell.