Before the coronavirus crisis, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the head of Manchester United, would have been irritated by Paul Pogba's fitness and future. The France international was due to leave Old Trafford for Juventus and Real Madrid at the end of the season before the pandemic. However, he could now stay at the club.
Manchester United managed to retain Pogba last summer, when Real Madrid and Juventus, to a lesser extent, were courting his signature.
It was a big blow for the Red Devils and for Solskjaer, who believe that the France international is one of the best midfielders in the world.
Pogba has fought for United this season, with injuries limiting him to just eight games in all competitions so far.
The last of them returned on Boxing Day, where he left the bench in a thrilling 4-1 victory over Newcastle United at Old Trafford.
AND ESPN let's say, before the coronavirus crisis, Pogba's future and fitness had become irritating to Solskjaer.
However, it now looks like the United star will have a hard time leaving the Theater of Dreams behind at the end of the season.
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Real Madrid remains interested, with Zinedine Zidane, a big fan of his compatriot, trying to sign him last summer and in 2016.
And Juventus also hope to win over Pogba, four years after he left Turin for an impressive return to Old Trafford.
However, with the coronavirus crisis set to impact the transfer window in the summer, the 27-year-old may have no choice but to stand still.
Real have a new stadium to pay and, according to information, would prefer to save money for Kylian Mbappe, who is the great obsession of the club president, Florentino Perez.
And Juventus players have recently suffered wage cuts due to their dire financial situation at the moment.
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"He is an excellent player. He is tall, peaceful. He is leggy, but somehow keeps the ball under control."
"And when he's at his best, you put him by your side every day of the week. But he just doesn't seem to be showing it."
"The obvious answer is that he is being distracted elsewhere and that would not come as a surprise in modern football."
"I would certainly play him in a position in the middle of the field that suits his ability to score goals and reach both ends of the field, with one or two appearing around him."
"So I think we would get the best of him."