Pogba can’t be dropped by any club – Solskjaer as United prepare 5-year deal

Pogba can't be dropped by any club - Solskjaer as United prepare 5-year deal

Manchester United manager, Ole Solskjaer has disclosed his confidence on Paul Pogba as he plans on resting the Frenchman against Palace.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has entailed favorite Man United midfielder Paul Pogba can not be dropped by any team provided he stays at the top of his fitness.

Paul Pogba has been on an impressive form since the resumption of the Premier League as he also did return from a long spell of injury.

Been included in the United squad has had him and the team see through win streaks until the last game when he was subbed while the Red Devils were 1 goal ahead in the game. Substituting Pogba created the vacuum and Southampton capitalized on it to steal one point from United.

Despite this experience, Ole Solskjaer isn’t really much concerned about Pogba’s fitness or morale but has hinted on benching the World Cup winner ahead of clash with rivals, Chelsea.

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“I’ve been speaking more or less every day with Paul and of course he knows that he wouldn’t be dropped. When Paul plays like this he wouldn’t be dropped from any team in the world,” Solskjaer said.

“But he has been out for a long time and there was question mark before the Southampton game. He felt ready for it and that was great. Now, let’s see how he is today and tomorrow.

“He has been fantastic since the restart and he has brought a lot to the team.”

According to claims by The Sun, its believed the Frenchman is currently under talks with the club on a 5-year extension deal.

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As known, Pogba’s current contract with the Red Devils will run out of life come next year. Although, the English side still do have an option to extend for another year but its believed Ole Solskjaer has Pogba on the front page of his United plans.

Tying the player to the club until 2025 is a better way to fork out commitments from both parties involved in the contract as that will as well scare potential suitors.

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