Manchester United manager Old Gunnar Solskjaer has warned Paul Pogba that he would not sit and watch any player think he is bigger than the Premier League club.
The Frenchman has been warned as the row between the club and the player’s agent Mino Riaola takes a drastic new turn.
Raiola threw the club into commotion a night before they crashed out of the Champions League having failed to stage a draw against German club RB Leipzig, a match which ended 3-2.
The agent said his client is not happy at the Old Trafford outfit and the best option for him is to leave.
Solskjaer who earlier reacted to Raiola’s comments saying the agent must understand that football is a team game, has emerged with fresh comments.
He said, as cited in SunSport: “I would just not stand for anyone thinking that he is bigger than Manchester United.
“No one is. Absolutely no one — and Paul knows this. It is not only for Paul. It is for all of us.”
His straight–talking stance is as much of an attack on controversial Raiola as a move to show the World Cup winner who is in charge. French midfielder Pogba’s £300,000-a-week contract expires in just 18 months.