United midfielder Pogba last week described Madrid as a “dream club for every player” while on international duty with France and Zidane on Saturday hailed him as “a player who knows how to do everything”.But Solskjaer is determined that Pogba, one of the world’s most marketable players, will not be a part of Zidane’s rebuilding plans and believes the midfielder simply gave a straight answer to a question.“I don”t like to talk about other teams’ players,” the Norwegian said ahead of his side’s Premier League match against Wolves on Tuesday. “That is one of the challenges of the international break.“Players are available all the time and it’s a different environment and it’s more of a general talk.“Paul is a very nice and polite man and he answered a general question. Of course, Zidane is an icon in France. Zidane is a fantastic manager and he used to be a fantastic player and I played against him.“So Paul has politely answered that question. But he is happy here. He is going to be a big, big part of things here.“I have always said that you would like to build your team around him and that has not changed at all.”– Director of football? –Solskjaer, appointed as permanent manager last week after an impressive spell as interim boss, said he would be comfortable with the appointment of a director of football to sit between himself and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.“Football has changed and the structure at clubs has changed,” he said. “Ed and (co-chairman) Joel (Glazer) and me are looking at how this club can be run as smoothly as possible.“We will see what we end up with but I am happy talking football with knowledgeable people in the right positions anyway.“A manager can’t do as much as he used to do anyway. The demands of modern football mean that you have to split responsibilities.”Solskjaer is preparing his team for the rearranged league game at Wolves as the chase for a top-four spot heats up.United will leapfrog Tottenham into third place if they win at Molineux, with Arsenal and Chelsea also fighting for the remaining two Champions League qualification spots behind Liverpool and Manchester City.They will have to improve on their last performance against Wolves, a 2-1 FA Cup defeat two weeks ago, the worst performance during Solskjaer’s spell in charge.But the Norwegian is confident of making amends this time.“We can learn quite a few lessons from that game and we have to,” he said. “If we turn up and don’t perform to our level against a good team, we will not get the result we deserve.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has a “big part” to play at the club, according to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer © AFP/File / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 1 – Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Paul Pogba has a “big, big part” to play at Old Trafford despite speculation linking the French World Cup winner with a move to Real Madrid.Real boss Zinedine Zidane is expected to be busy in the summer transfer market as he tries to reinvigorate a side that crashed out of the Champions League in the last 16 and are lagging 12 points behind leaders Barcelona in La Liga.
Juventus have joined Chelsea and Manchester United in the race for teen sensation Cengiz Under.The 19-year-old impressed during his debut campaign for Istanbul club Basaksehir last season and he has been dubbed ‘the Turkish Paulo Dybala’.Chelsea and Manchester United have been alerted to the forward’s talents and he has already spoken of his dream to play in England.Juventus, according to Turkish news outlet Fotomac, are now also in the running too, and they could make a formal offer for Under in the coming days.The Italian champions were watching the Turkey international last season and they were impressed by his role in Basaksehir’s second-placed finish in the Super Lig.Basaksehir are aware of the interest in Under, but they have already told the youngster it would be in his best interests to stay put for one more season. Cengiz Under is a man in demand 1