Reliable sources have confirmed that Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United beyond the transfer deadline after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that he was confident that the Frenchman will be at the club until 1st September next year. Pogba has been heavily linked with a number of clubs, PSG being the most notable suitor club.
Pogba’s transfer rumors have been inconsistent all through the transfer window and the fans have not yet been thoroughly convinced that the Frenchman will stay throughout the season. Recently, it was reported that Real Madrid was planning to offload a handful of players in order to create room for Pogba. Los Blancos have not shed light on the rumors but confirmed that a number of players have been placed on the transfer list in order to create room for an incoming unnamed transfer target.
Manchester United are reported to have been in advanced negotiations with Bruno Fernandes and his agent over the Portuguese’s imminent contract extension deal. Manchester United representatives have exuded a lot of confidence in the negotiations and they believe that Bruno Fernandes will put pen to paper in the next few days.
Bruno Fernandes still has three years remaining in his contract with Manchester United, but the club’s hierarchy decided to extend Fernandes' contract early so that they can avoid a repeat of Paul Pogba’s situation. Bruno Fernandes has now registered an impressive 48 goal involvements since making his debut for the Red Devils two years ago.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has called on Manchester United fans to give Ole Gunnar Solksjaer the respect he deserves after proving himself worthy of the Manchester United boss job. He said that Solksjaer has been very objective ever since he took over from Jose Mourinho in 2018 when the team was dissolute and weak. He acknowledged that Solksjaer is yet to win a trophy with Manchester United but no one can deny the fact that Manchester United are very supreme with the way they play.
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