Published: Sat, April 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

"He’s going" - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirms summer departure of fan favourite

Pogba looked destined to leave United during the early stages of the season during the tumultuous tenure of former manager Jose Mourinho but since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, his form has dramatically improved.

Solskjaer acknowledged the possibility of Real Madrid taking an active interest in the World Cup victor and perhaps even mounting a publicity campaign to try to sign him.

"We need as many points as possible and I think if we get 15 we'll be (in the) top three because in those games hopefully we'll beat Chelsea", Solskjaer said.

"We'll see how he is".

Rojo is now fit and ready for action once again at a time when United are in a battle to finish in the Premier League's top four, as well as stay in this season's Champions League after losing their quarter-final first leg 1-0 to Barcelona on Wednesday.

"But now it's about West Ham and focusing on a good performance to give us three points".

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Mark Lawrenson is backing Manchester United to ease to a comfortable 2-0 victory over West Ham United at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon. It's not just about Paul.

"He had his highest-ever output physically so he has never run as much in a Man United shirt. That was brilliant, the way effort and attitude is there".

"We've had Antonio (Valencia), he's going; we've had Ashley (Young); we've had Paul (Pogba), we've had David (de Gea); Chris (Smalling) has been captain, so there are players here who can be captain on the pitch".

Football pundit Michael Robinson told Cadena SER's El Larguero programme that while French midfielder Paul Pogba is a wonderful player, he can not see him at Zidane's Real Madrid in the immediate future.

Ahead of United's Premier League game against West Ham, Solskjaer says "maybe the future might have been worrying him and maybe that's part of the reason that he's injured". He said recently he was happy in Paris, so we must respect him, and his club.

"What Mick does is more than just being an assistant manager, even if he is an assistant manager. He's a fantastic guy to have around".

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