English Premier League outfit Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confessed that he has no issues with France international Paul Pogba after the player declared his wish to play for Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid.
It was not long after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was confirmed as the permanent boss of the Red Devils with a three-year deal that the former Juventus star stated that he would love to work with football legend Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid after he returned to the club.
Suggestions are that the Red Devils boss is unhappy with the statement credited to the World Cup winner as it could distract the team, but the manager has dismissed such claims, insisting that he is fond of Paul Pogba and have no issue with him.
The former Red Devils forward revealed to have had a chat with Paul Pogba and he made it clear that they are both doing fine, noting that the media speculations and the issues raised by the player because the player is important to the team.
However, Paul Pogba has been helpful to the Man United team, contributing 11 goals so far this season in the Premier League and providing nine assists on goals.