Paul Pogba ROCKS Man Utd – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer facing fight to prevent Juventus transfer | Football | Sport

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Paul Pogba was being heavily linked with a move away from Manchester United earlier in the season, with the France international previously toiling under Jose Mourinho.

Since Mourinho’s exit in December, however, the 25-year-old has been in fine form under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pogba has been driving Manchester United’s charge towards the Premier League top four, and weighed in with an assist as Crystal Palace were beaten 3-1 on Wednesday.

However, Italian outlet Tuttosport say the World Cup winner could be set to jump ship at the end of the season.

Pogba is undeniably happy at United under Solskjaer.

However, Tuttosport say the France international will only stay at the club should they manage to secure Champions League football for next season.

Juventus would love to sign Pogba and pair him with Cristiano Ronaldo in attack next season.

And Pogba is supposedly unwilling to spend another year of his career strutting his stuff in the Europa League.

The France international was part of the Red Devils squad that won the trophy in 2016, under Jose Mourinho.

He even scored in the final, inspiring their 2-0 win over Ajax with Henrikh Mkhitaryan also on target.

Pogba previously spent four years at Juventus.

And he impressed over in Turin, starring alongside Arturo Vidal, Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio in the middle of the park.

Pogba returned to Juventus when United beat them 2-1 in the Champions League earlier this season.

And, before that match, he insisted he had no regrets about leaving the Old Lady behind.

“Choosing to come back to Manchester United was my choice and Juventus were playing Champions League and Manchester were playing Europa League,” Pogba explained.

“I knew first of all I wouldn’t play Champions League and I was very happy.

“I made my choice and don’t regret it all.

“I know Manchester United, last few years not being at top, but I came back just to help the team and try to come back at the top so we are on the way.

“We have a lot of goals. So, for me, no, it’s not strange. It’s a choice and I don’t regret it all.

“I’m very happy to come back to Manchester United and wear the shirt and everything and I’m sure we will come back to our best.”



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