Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Paul Pogba will stay at the club next season.
Speculation about the midfielder's future has increased again. It has been reported that Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola cancelled a contract talks with the club and that the France international has been tearing the United dressing room apart and that Pogba told his teammates the club has gone backwards since he first left in 2012.
Pogba reportedly doesn’t believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right manager to return them to former success.
Real Madrid are keen on to sign the World Cup winner and Zinedine Zidane is hoping United are willing to cut their losses on him this summer.
But at his press conference ahead of Sunday's clash with Chelsea, Solskjaer said: "You can't guarantee anything in football but yes, I think Paul is going to be here. I can assure you he is very determined to succeed at Manchester United
Solskjaer defended the 26-year-old, saying: "That's just the standards he's set. When he's creating chances, scoring goals, doing loads of work – media, supporters, it's everyone who looks to Paul. Could he have done better? Paul's done fantastic for us. He's human. We're all the same that we want him to do well. He's a leader in that dressing room and on the pitch for us. He will be here as far as I can answer that