Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer has admitted that he has no problem with the upcoming documentary of midfielder Paul Pogba.
Pogba has an upcoming documentary dubbed Pogmentary which is set to reveal more about the player’s life in and outside the football world with others having the opinion that the move isn’t good for a player whose future at Old Trafford remains in question.
Solskjaer however insists that the programme will not intrude on the 28-year-old's £300,000-a-week day job of winning games for the Old Trafford club.
“Paul has been in the spotlight ever since he started at Man United, so I don't see a problem with it. Paul's main focus is to get as much out of his career as possible. He wants to be the best player he can be and he wants to win as many trophies as possible.
“He has already won the World Cup - and I can see his focus now is all about winning and playing the best possible football that he can. I know his personality. He is so lively. He gets energy from making people happy. But his main focus will always be to win football games for us," Solskjaer said.
There have been reports that the player wants a move out of the club with the player having only 18 months left on his current deal.