The Norwegian, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, manchester united's coach, has revealed the position of French midfielder Paul Pogba from leaving United during the current summer transfer window.
"Journalists always put question marks about Paul Pogba's future, I have no concerns about Pogba, for me, he will stay in Manchester," Solskjaer said in remarks highlighted by Sky Sports.
"I don't think it's strange to say: I enjoy playing, I enjoy my teammates and what I do, I love my job and I enjoy the game." 80 percent of what Pogba said he enjoys the game and his time now."
Pogba was linked with leaving Manchester and leaving for Real Madrid, as his compatriot Zidane, the club's technical director, wanted to sign him.
Pogba insisted on wanting to take on a new challenge in the coming period, while Mino Raiola, his agent, confirmed that the player wants to leave United, while Manchester insists on staying.