Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, former Premier League midfielder Carlton Palmer has knocked back the idea of Manchester United selling Paul Pogba.
According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Juventus are dreaming of bringing their former player back to Turin.
Pogba played for the Italian giants between 2012 and 2016 before returning to Manchester United and was an instrumental figure for the club.
Palmer, though, is adamant that Manchester United will not sell their World Cup-winning midfielder.
Discussing Juventus’ reported interest in Pogba, the ex-Sheffield Wednesday player told FFC:
“United won’t sell him. While [Ole Gunnar] Solskjaer is manager of the football club, they won’t sell him, they won’t sell him. He’s a phenomenal talent and, listen, they fell off challenging for the league when Pogba picked up that thigh injury.
“You know, everybody can say whatever they want to say about Pogba. [Graeme] Souness has been a top, top manager, a top, top midfield player and everybody’s entitled to their opinion. I just think he brings something different to the table.”
Palmer finished off by saying:
“I don’t believe that there’s any way, in any shape or form, that Man United or Ole will sell Paul Pogba.”
As well as Juventus, Real Madrid are another club who have been linked with Pogba, and the 28-year-old has not hidden his desire to play for the current La Liga champions.