The 27-year-old returned to United from Juventus in a then world-record deal worth 89 million pounds ($114.93 million) in 2016 but Pogba has suffered with inconsistent form and injuries at Old Trafford amidst constant speculation over his future.
"That's just football for you". There are so many ups and downs that we have got to deal with it, individually and as a group.
United have been a defensive mess since the start of the season, losing 6-1 at home to Tottenham in their last game albeit with 10 men, and all eyes will be on Harry Maguire after another chastening outing for England.
"Harry's got great resilience. I know we didn't start the season well so we'll try to start from this weekend and try to win the game to kick the season off".
Solskjaer and his players were on the end of a 6-1 mauling at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur in a Premier League match played just before the global break.
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"He picked up a knock against (Denmark) just before he came off, so I'm hopeful he'll be fit".
The Norwegian also answered questions about the talisman Bruno Fernandes, who is said to have verbally bumped into teammates after the humiliation against Spurs.
"It's one of those things that you have to get over as soon as you can and move on", the under-fire United boss said.
"Bruno spoke about it very well the other day - we are in agreement and have to stay together, we can't listen to everyone outside". "Whenever the gaffer calls me, my idea is just to give my best in training, work hard and wait for my opportunity - to take it".
Solskjaer, speaking for the first time since the club brought in Edinson Cavani, Facundo Pellistri and Alex Telles on transfer deadline day, said he was looking forward to integrating the new players.
"Paul's our player, he's going to be here for another two years and sure he's focused on doing his best for us and we want to see the best for Paul", Solskjaer said.