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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – Paul Pogba is probably the best player in the world

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - Paul Pogba is probably the best player in the world

Sheffield United and Wolves are both in the hurrying to claim that pined for spot, with the previous having the option to leapfrog Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s side this end of the week and the latter having the option to draw points with them. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reiterated his conviction that Paul Pogba is probably the best player in the world and demands that in the coming weeks he will get his chance back to Manchester United.

Following the coronavirus shutdown against Tottenham on Friday, Pogba was named uniquely among the substitutes in United’s first match back.

Since Boxing Day, France International has not featured for the Red Devils because of repeating foot and ankle wounds that constrained him to only eight appearances during the season. In any case, the unexpected break due to the coronavirus pandemic has given the midfielder extra time to recoup totally, and he is currently able to play a full part in the remainder of the season.

The 27-year-old has battled for consistency in a red shirt when he’s set it on the pitch, with speculation over a potential transfer never far away.

The increasingly fractious relationship between the club ‘s management and its lawyer Mino Raiola, who transparently scrutinized Solskjaer earlier this season, complicated his situation significantly further.

Real Madrid and previous Juventus club were constantly connected to a midfielder move, and his oversight on Friday never really calm the individuals who thought Pogba ‘s future lay away from Old Trafford.

However, Solskjaer was eager to play down these assertions and maintains that Pogba will get his chance soon.

“Paul Pogba is one of the world’s best players and he’s been training hard, well, yet I have to make sure I ‘m taking care of, everyone. We have the Europa League, the FA Cup, and Paul will play increasingly more of a vital part gradually,” the Norwegian told Sky Sports.

Solskjaer also praised striker Marcus Rashford, who this week made news off football after his UK government campaigning prompted a U-turn as a food voucher conspires for vulnerable school youngsters was reached out the past term.