Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has emphasized that Manchester United have no aim of capitalizing on midfielder Paul Pogba this summer.
The France international is going to enter the last year of his agreement and has been touted as a target for Real Madrid and Juventus.
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola announced at the end of last year that his customer’s time at Old Trafford “was over”, however the 28-year-old has attempted to remove himself from those remarks.
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A failure to tie the former Juve man down to a new deal could force United’s hands at the end of the campaign, though Solskjaer has made his stance clear on Pogba‘s future.
Asked if the club will cash in this summer if fresh terms are not agreed, Solskjaer said: “No, of course not.
“I have always said with Paul that I enjoy managing him, I enjoy coaching him, I enjoy talking to him and I also enjoy challenging him because he is a winner.
“He wants to be better and that’s why he listens. You can see he’s enjoying himself here as well. He has a smile on his face.”
Pogba has four assists and a goal in his last seven appearances for United in all competitions.