Solskjaer responded to Mino Raiola

In response to Mino Raiola’s provocative words on Tuttosport 2 days ago, Coach Ole Solskjaer made a sharp speech.

On the eve of the very important match for Man Utd before RB Leipzig in the Champions League took place, the live football viewer could not help but shaken with the words of “super stork” Mino Raiola. Specifically, he said the relationship between the Reds and his client Paul Pogba has come to an end. He shared that the French midfielder would not sign with the Old Trafford team and the best way is that Man Utd should let his client go in the January transfer window if he does not want to lose him in the summer of 2021.

Immediately after Raiola’s speech was widely reported by the media, Paul Pogba continued to be “out of the way” by coach Ole Solskjaer during his trip to Germany last night. After the match, the Norwegian military leader said that the failure to enter Pogba’s name in the starting lineup was purely for expertise, not for any other reason.

However, after the team received defeat and was eliminated from Europe’s No. 1 arena, Ole was still very angry with Mino Raiola. During his post-match press conference, he said:

“This is truly a painful failure. However, the team is still fine. We are a united group and the most important thing now is to get through this difficult period together. Hopefully, the Pogba representative will be aware that football is a sport that requires solidarity and for the better, we have to work hard together. This will be the last time I mention this because I don’t want to waste my time on nothing.

I cannot answer for Paul whether he is currently happy or not. If you want to know that, you will have to meet him in person to ask. I just knew that he was working hard to get back into the roster. This is not the right time to talk about a transfer”.