Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba Agent Mino Raiola has now provided a transfer update about his client’s future, MySportDab reports.
Raiola has promised to remain quiet in public over Paul Pogba’s future to keep people from being “nervous”.
In 2020, Solskjaer clashed with Pogba’s agent Raiola after he said that the midfielder’s United career was “over”.
Speaking in December 2020, Raiola revealed that Pogba was “unhappy” at United.
He said: “He has to change team, he needs something new.
“He’s contract expires in a year and that’s in the summer of 2022, but I think the best way forward is to let him leave in the next transfer window.”
Solskjaer Responded back and said: “The earlier Pogba’s agent realises this is a team sport the better for everyone. I can’t waste my energy on that,” Solskjaer then responded.
“You can ask Paul if he’s happy or not, I won’t talk to him about this. Paul wants to do his best for the team.”
The 27-year-old World Cup winner has showed us some of his best performances in recent weeks for the Red Devils.
Pogba, who is currently injured due to a muscle problem, had started eight of United’s last nine Premier League matches.
He also scored the crucial winning goals against Burnley and Fulham.
However, Raiola has now re started his war of words with Solskjaer.
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He said: “Let’s leave Pogba alone. I can’t talk about him because I believe that some people are very nervous, they won’t sleep at night.
“When I say my mind, everyone gets too serious. So I won’t talk again. I must now work quietly… If I speak, someone might suddenly get offended.
“I must not do anything in front of you, but only in front of other people. I have started worked in the shadows already and I must continue like that.”
Pogba’s contract runs out in 2022 and Solskjaer recently gave a hint that the France international will be offered a new contract by United.
Pogba has been always linked to Real Madrid or Juventus, the club he left for Manchester United in 2016.
The Frenchman has made it clear of his desire to play for the La Liga club over the past few years.