Paul Pogba has just increased the suspense on his exit links after he gave two lines answer when asked about his future.
Manchester United recorded their first pre-season win as they beat A1 league’s Perth Glory 2-0 yesterday at the HBF Park.
The Red Devils squad put out an impressive performance as Paul Pogba also played a good role in the victory.
According to Mirror, the Frenchman was approached by media reporters who were curious to hear the world cup winner comment about his future at Old Trafford.
The reporters were left in confusion with Pogba’s reply; short, simple but complicating.;
“Who needs to talk? There’s no need.”
Despite all the turmoils and media blonders on the 26 year old’s future, Paul still do not want to come on camera and say stuffs about his decisions.
According Raiola, Pogba’s agent, the star would definitely leave Man. United, also stating the Old Trafford owners do not protect the Star as they should.
But the manager, Solskjaer tried to stabilize the issue as he spoke days back to reporters disclosing that no official offer has been received for neither Pogba nor Lukaku who rumors also strongly link to Inter Milan.
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Recently Manchester United might have made a secret move to secure the Frenchman’s future at Old Trafford after they raised his price tag from £150m to £180m.
Pogba is believed to be Ole Gunnar’s potential captain as they manager stated on an interview that Pogba being the Captain do not need explanations.
“Yep. We’ve got quite a few possibilities there and when the season starts we’ll announce it,” said the Ole.
“Of course, we’ll have a good assessment, see how pre-season goes. But, as you saw, Ashley Young will wear it when he’s playing until we decide on someone, yeah.”
The Norwegian continued, “well, I don’t think that needs explaining. We’ll discuss that later on.”
Man United sets to pass another test on the Ole tactics as they prepare to face EFL Championship side, Leeds United FC on Wednesday at the 60000 seats Optus Stadium in Australia.