Ex-Manchester United defender,Rio Ferdinand has hinted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, will soon decide on the fate of Paul Pogba’s future at the club following their 3-0 defeat at Camp Nou.
The Frenchman made just a little impact on Tuesday, as United fell out with a 3-0 defeat to Barcelona in their Champions League second leg tie.
Pogba has been reportedly linked with a summer move to Real Madrid, immediately after Zinedine Zidane returned to the club and Ferdinand feels Pogba could still depart this summer.
”I think there’s a big decision in the summer. I think it’s up to Solskjaer.
”There’s been things in the media mooted that he might want to leave or he’s fancying a trip abroad but I think you build the team around a player of this calibre.
”He’s got 16 goals this season, albeit six of them penalties – but the output in terms of goals has shown a marked improvement since Ole’s come in. So that’s a thing I’m sure he’ll take into account.”
”To shift blame on him from a game like today, I think no one’s come out of this with any flying colours.
”It’s going to be over the time that Ole’s been here and Ole will have to judge;
”Do I build the team around him and the ability that he’s got and the attributes that he has?’ or if Paul wants to leave.
”I would keep him here because Man United, they need stars, they need players who can turn games and he can do that,Ferdinand said on BT Sport.