The France global has had a hard time upon returning to the Premier League, although he has enjoyed some bright sparks throughout the last three seasons.
By now, it is anyone's guess as to which club Paul Pogba will be representing next season. ESPN reported that Manchester United expects to hold on to him, but Sky Sports reported last week that Juventus officials met with him in London.
However, the Red Devils ended up in sixth place in the Premier League table and without a trophy after Solskjaer was brought in as the club's new boss following the sacking of Jose Mourinho in December. Real Madrid and Juventus have emerged as two favourites with a decision yet to be taken.
With Juve and Los Blancos understood to be readying record bids for the eccentric midfielder, the Daily Mail suggests Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club's board are ready to show their faith with a last ditch a attempt to keep him at Old Trafford. But, one area that continues to pose some concern is midfield, following the struggles of Toni Kroos and Luka Modric this past season.
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Will he, won't he?
He had spent four years with the Italian club after being sold to them by United for just under $3m in 2012.
Real Madrid coach Zidane is known to be extremely keen on the 26-year-old and today's comments by the player appear to have moved the flirtation onto the next level.
Manchester United should demand transfer fees of over £100 million and find a replacement for Pogba, while also strengthening other areas of the pitch.