While Pogba may be set to stay at United, David de Gea’s future looks far more bleak.
Since arriving back in Manchester following the birth of his newborn baby, De Gea is yet to start with Dean Henderson being preferred.
And the England international was given the nod again for the game against Brighton, suggesting that Henderson will be the new No 1 heading into next season.
Solskjaer knows that De Gea will want to be playing regular football and the Spaniard may well look to move on in the summer.
The 30-year-old remains in the prime years of his career as well and United may well be hoping to get good money for him this summer to help fund moves for the likes of Haaland and Varane.