Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Hopeful of Good Additions in January

Thursday, 02 Jan, 2020

Speculation continues to rage around the World Cup victor and his long-term future at Old Trafford.

Some fans even feel Pogba's injury doesn't actually exist and it's simply a way for him to miss out on action before completing a transfer to Real Madrid this month.

Super-agent Mino Raiola has today taken aim at Manchester United in an altogether-bizarre rant, accusing those in charge at Old Trafford of being "out of touch with reality".

"Paul has always respected Manchester United, as long as Manchester United has respected Paul", Raiola told Sky Sports. Juventus, RB Leipzig, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund were in a four way race to sign one of Europe's hottest properties. If you want to blame someone, then blame me, but the player is happy.

"We're improving. I think we can see more and more of what we want to be and our identity and what we're good at".

'Paul is a little bit struggling with his injury that we tried to resolve and I think that's our main interest now'.

According to a report by The Sun, Manchester United are ready to intensify their pursuit of Jadon Sancho after failing to secure the services of Erling Braut Haaland.

"There was no fallout between me and (United executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward".

Haaland bagged a stunning 28 goals in just 22 appearances for Salzburg this season, establishing himself as one of the most lethal young strikers around. Is the owner not anxious?

Solskjaer was left angry by Erling Haaland's decision to join Borussia Dortmund but is hopeful the club can deliver at least one new player for January. That's the kind of player he is and he will not act differently.

They head for Arsenal on New Year's Day brimming with confidence as a result, although still a work in progress as they attempt to find a style which best utilises the weapons at their disposal, particularly against teams which attempt to sit in and frustrate. He says he's working on a team for next year. They roped in youngsters like Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and by doing so, the Norwegian boss has made his intentions clear in regards to trading for promising upcoming players and groom them for the future. Mason's on eight now, Marcus, I don't know, 14 or 15?