Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United manager, has dismissed speculations that Paul Pogba will leave the club this summer.
Pogba’s former club, Juventus and Real Madrid, have reportedly interested in signing the Frenchman.
His agent Mino Raiola, further fuelled speculations last week, saying he had commenced the process that would facilitate his exit from the Premier League giants.
Rumours surrounding Pogba’s exit from United was further triggered on Monday, when he was allegedly involved in a burst-up with team-mate, Jesse Lingard, at the club’s pre-season tour in Perth, Australia.
But the Norwegian, has surprisingly revealed that neither Juventus, nor Real Madrid, have submitted bids for the midfielder, saying “agents talk all the time”.
He said the club is not under pressure to sell the 26-year-old.
“There are no bids for our players. Agents talk all the time. We are Manchester United, we don’t have to sell players,” he said at a press conference after training ahead of matches in the Western Australia city against Perth Glory on Saturday and Leed United on Tuesday.
“When you’re at Manchester United you expect all these things to pop up in the summer.”
On the squabble between Pogab and Lingard, he added: “op, top bloke. With Paul, it looks like it’s going to be a media, I don’t want to call it, but it’s an agenda against Paul.
“He’s a top, top bloke. He’s a great professional. He’s never been any problem.
“Jesse and Paul were walking around and it’s been portrayed as a fight between the two boys. There are no problems between the boys. Pre-season has been very good so far.”