Manchester United has made their decision on midfielder, Paul Pogba, after the player’s training ground fight with manager, Jose Mourinho.
They decided that the Frenchman will remain with with the Club this summer even after his bust-up.
According to The Sun, UK, the club’s board said it hopes the Portuguese abides by the decision and find a way to work with the player.
The French international has had a strained relationship with Mourinho over the past year but the situation reached an all-time low this week during a stunning training ground bust-up.
The former Chelsea manager was furious at Pogba’s comments after the Premier League victory against Leicester City.
The former Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss had reportedly told Pogba that if he wanted to leave the club ‘again’ he should hand in a transfer request.
In response, it is claimed the World Cup winner Pogba told Mourinho that from now on he should communicate to him through his agent, Mino Raiola.
Pogba has been a top target for Barcelona this summer and the La Liga giants are hoping to capitalise on the tense situation at the Theatre of Dreams.
They are however, hoping that Pogba and Mourinho can resolve the stand-off at Old Trafford and work together.