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EPL: Paul Pogba May Stay At Man United On One Condition

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Paul Pogba

Several Manchester United fans have lost hope on star player Paul Pogba staying at the club beyond the current season after the events of the last one year but there could be light at the end of the tunnel according to popular Spanish newspaper Marca.

Pogba talked about leaving Manchester United on the Tokyo tour of Adidas last summer but he ended up staying at Old Trafford amidst the interest from both Real Madrid and Juventus.

Despite staying at the club, Paul Pogba has been almost non-existent this season after the French World Cup winner suffered persistent ankle problems during the first half of the season.

Pogba has played just eight games in all competitions including seven league games.

He could still stay at Manchester United beyond this summer as per the report from Marca.

According to the news outlet, Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United on the condition that current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sacked from the position.

Pogba believes that Manchester United won’t get back to the top level with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge.

He had an issue with Jose Mourinho while the Portuguese tactician was the Manchester United manager. His problem with Mourinho was more personal than technical or tactical.

Paul Pogba believes that ex-Red Devils striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t have the tactical nous needed to take the club back to the top.

For now, Solskjaer has been able to take Manchester United to within three points off Chelsea in fourth place.

The 2-0 away win over Chelsea trimmed the point difference between the two clubs from six points to three points.

The deficit is back to six points with the Blues’ victory over London side Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday afternoon but it could go back to three points with a win over Watford at home on Sunday afternoon.

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