Disappointing a vast section of Manchester United supporters, Paul Pogba, who has been out of action for a while now owing to a foot injury, is reportedly about to cease being a Mancunian.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who’s yet to make a major impact in the Premier League, had denied all speculations regarding the midfield maestro’s possible exit.
Refusing to shed any light on the ankle injury which kept the Frenchman out since September, the Norwegian gaffer had openly stated that those speculations will end when the player comes back and plays well with a smile on his face.
Nevertheless, despite all those claims by the manager, the Mirror has reported that a few of the France international’s colleagues and club staff are ‘convinced’ that the 26-year-old has already played his last game for the Manchester side.
Furthermore, the Mirror, are clearly unconvinced about the club’s official statement regarding the speculations, describes the illness as a ‘mystery’.
The number tally of how many players and officials who believe that the ex-Juventus player would leave Old Trafford, nor their seniority was stated in the report.
With the January transfer window edging closer, all the uncertainties would disappear if any high profile club makes a move for the creative midfielder in the upcoming month.