Paul Pogba's stock might have plummeted among fans this season after a chaotic few months, but that hasn't stopped United's hierarchy from making it clear they have no wish for selling their charismatic midfielder in January, so says The Telegraph.
Pogba had been keen to depart Old Trafford while Jose Mourinho remained in charge after several high-profile fallouts — one of which saw the ex-Reds manager describe the France international as “a virus” in front of teammates.
But The Telegraph claims that Ed Woodward considers Pogba to be integral to the club's plans on and off the pitch — a sentiment that won't have been diminished by the 25-year-old's two outings since Mourinho was sacked — meaning he has no intention of allowing him to leave.
Juventus, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with bids for Pogba in recent weeks, but it seems United are keen to shut down talk of a possible move.
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