Published: Sat, July 06, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Solskjaer says United will "probably" do "some more" transfer business

Solskjaer says United will

Solskjær has been put in a hard position by the timing of Raiola's remarks, although Pogba himself said something similar a month ago, and it is believed United would be willing to let the French global leave if a satisfactory offer was received despite their outward stance of holding him to his contract.

United's discretion around Pogba is resolute, as they know all of the interest that he is generating at the moment is exclusively due his intention to leave and the constant links with Real Madrid, where coach Zinedine Zidane has asked the club to make every effort to sign him.

"We're in the process of that, everyone knows Paul's feelings".

The story comes as a fresh blow to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the Norwegian coach continuing to battle to force the club's transfer committee of Ed Woodward and Matt Judge to make the vast changes to the squad that the former Molde coach admitted were necessary.

Manchester United finally completed a £50m deal to sign Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka last weekend.

Pogba, on his day, is a leader.

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Both Rashford and De Gea were given additional time off by United this summer, and Pogba has had greater worldwide commitments over the 2019 close season than both of them, making three 90-minute appearances for France.

Meanwhile, in other United news, Solskjaer revealed on Friday that he was in talks with the team's hierarchy over transfers. "We are quite calm".

"I think he's a fabulous footballer". There will probably be some more business done but I've got to say it's been very good so far.

The problem with a mooted move to Real Madrid or back to Juventus is likely to be money.

And Arsenal have also made an inquiry for the central defender but have made it clear they can only go to £50m for a player who cost £17m from Hull two years ago. Whether the two European giants agree to meet his asking price is something only time will tell.

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