There are fears that Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could clash with French international midfielder Paul Pogba ahead of coming season.
This is after the World Cup winner was missing in the Red Devils game against Wolves where they were defeated on Saturday night. It is claimed that should the former Red Devils forward will not accommodate poor performance from Paul Pogba should he land the job on a permanent deal.
It would be recalled that Paul Pogba had a very slow start of the season where his performance was below acceptance under former manager Jose Mourinho but there was a sudden lift in his game immediately Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came on board.
However, former Chelsea and Republic of Ireland international striker Tony Cascarino is of the opinion that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might not have the guts to have the player sold but there is a need to do what is right should the poor performance persist, if he must protect his job.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba has scored a total of 9 goals and handed 8 assists since last Christmas to speak of his transformation under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but that is not to say they will not clash should the player fail to deliver good results.