Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reacted to midfielder Paul Pogba’s recent comments about Real Madrid, MySportDab reports.
The French midfielder talked about a move to the Bernabeu last week, and admitted it would be his ‘dream’ to play for the club.
But Solskjaer isn’t interested in that.
Pogba said: “A lot has been said.
“We all know every footballer would love the opportunity to play at Real Madrid. It’s a dream for me, so why not?
“But I’m here at Manchester United and I love it here. I want to perform very well for them and do everything possible to get us back to where we should be.”
Those comments have caused unrest among Manchester United fans, and some want the club to sell him.
However, Solskjaer has now dismissed the comment ahead of the Newcastle match.
Solskjaer said: “He’s a Manchester United player, he’s will be here for another two years and he’s focused on giving his very best for us and we want the best for Paul.
“In the coming years, I’m sure we’ll get the best from him.”
Solskjaer also revealed that Manchester United weren’t ‘divided’ in the dressing room, despite reports from the Tottenham match.
“We have spoken with the ones that were away and you have to get over it as quick as possible,” he added.
“We know that from outside they want to create a division.
“Bruno spoke very well that we are united and will remain together, we can’t listen to everything outside.“
With Bruno Fernandes, the Red has lost only two league match since his arrival last January.
Captain Harry Maguire was shown a red card while on international duty with England and Solskjaer has confirmed he suffered an injury.