Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dismissed speculation that Paul Pogba is to leave Old Trafford, saying there had been “no bids” for the midfielder and “agents talk all the time”.
The 26-year-old World Cup-winner’s future has overshadowed United’s pre-season tour since they arrived in Perth on Monday, with Real Madrid and Juventus rumoured as possible destinations.
Mino Raiola, Pogba’s agent, told UK radio station talkSPORT on Tuesday that “everyone knows the willingness of Paul to move on”.
But Solskjaer,said it was “business as usual” and warned the club were under no pressure to offload Pogba, or anyone else.
“There are no bids for our players. Agents talk all the time. We are Manchester United, we don’t have to sell players,” he said at a press conference after training ahead of their matches
“When you’re at Manchester United you expect all these things to pop up in the summer.”