Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has firmly denied suggestions that he snubbed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the aftermath of Sunday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool.
The France international was left out of the starting XI against the Reds before being introduced at the break, but he only lasted 15 minutes of his side’s 5-0 loss, as he was sent off for a late challenge on Naby Keita.
A report claimed that the World Cup winner had apologised to his teammates after the match but ignored head coach Solskjaer, with his relationship with the Norwegian allegedly becoming strained.
Taking to social media, though, the midfielder said it was “big lies to make headlines”.
The speculation surrounding Pogba’s future continues to gather pace, with the 28-year-old’s contract at Old Trafford due to expire next June.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are all believed to be keeping a close eye on the developments surrounding the Frenchman.