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Solskjaer: ‘Pogba’s got the quality and the desire to do well’

Sun 13 December 2020 | 10:16

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Manchester United should have dealt better with Pogba’s situation.

Paul Pogba

’s agent

Mino Raiola

last week said that Pogba has no intention of staying at

Manchester United

and it was before an important

Champions League

game against

RB Leipzig

, which Manchester United lost 3-2.

Although Pogba was not in the starting XI, he was able to help his side when went onto the pitch.

Ever since Raiola revealed the news about Raiola’s future at the club, he has been in the news and faced a lot of criticism.

Former Arsenal manager

Arsene Wenger

believes Manchester United should have handled Pogba’s situation better.

“I believe that you have to explain to a player that no matter what his future plan is, his interest and his job is to perform at the present club,” Wenger said.

“It’s the best way to prepare your future, to play well in the present.

“When I saw Pogba coming on on Tuesday night at RB Leipzig, I was sorry he didn’t start the game because straight away he made a huge impact.”

In the meantime, Manager

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

has praised Pogba's attitude.

“There’s been other players refusing to train and refusing to play – they’re not here anymore, of course – but Paul’s not once done that,” he said.

“He’s got the quality and the desire to do well when he comes on like he did against Leipzig when he had a positive impact.”

"I’ve always fought and will always fight for Manchester United, my teammates, and the fans," Pogba said on an Instagram post. “The future is far, today is what matters and I am 1000% involved!”

Pogba has made 15 appearances for Manchester United this season and has also scored twice.


source: SportMob

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