Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly come up with a solution for Paul Pogba's immediate future at the club, with Juventus and Real Madrid both after his signature.
According to The Sun, the Norwegian boss is desperate to keep the 26-year-old for at least another year.
With Pogba being heavily linked with moves to Juve and Los Blancos, Solskjaer will reportedly only allow him to leave at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
The manager sees the Frenchman as a massive part of his rebuilding plans at United, and is thus hoping to come to a personal agreement with the 2018 Fifa World Cup winner.
The Red Devils struck a similar agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008, when the Portuguese wanted to move to Real – he eventually agreed to stay with the club for another season before being allowed to leave for Los Blancos the next year.
It has also been claimed that neither Juve nor Real have the financial means to afford Pogba in this transfer window, with the Ronaldo-like agreement suiting both parties.
Pogba has played 142 matches for United so far, scoring 31 goals and assisting a further 29 strikes.
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