Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has claimed that he is ‘1000% involved’ in manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans, MySportDab reports.
The frenchman responded to his critics after after Saturday’s goalless draw against Manchester City.
Pogba has been the topic of serious rumours in recent weeks, having been linked with leaving Old Trafford for some time.
In midweek, His agent Mino Raiola claimed that the Paul is unhappy and wants a move away from United as soon as possible.
“There’s no need to ignore the facts,” Raiola said.
“It’s better to speak about it, look ahead for the future and not waste time blaming anyone.
“Paul is clearly unhappy at United, he can’t express himself anymore as he wants to or the way he wants.
“He needs a new team, a change of scene. He has a contract that expires in less than two years time, 2022, but I think the best solution is for him to leave in the next transfer window.”
However, Pogba has distanced himself from his agent’s claims on Saturday evening.
In a post on Instagram, Pogba told fans that he plans to remain with United.
“I’ve always fought for Manchester United, my teammates and all the fans,” he wrote.
“Bla bla ain’t important. The future is far away, today is what’s important and I am absolutely involved! We are stronger as a team together.
“If you don’t know what’s going on, just don’t talk,” he added.
In 2016, Pogba sealed a shocking return to United, signing from Juventus for £95m four years after he left on a free transfer.