Paul Pogba should leave Manchester United if his mind is no longer at the club, says former Red Devils midfielder Jesper Olsen.
Pogba’s link to Real Madrid has been strengthened in recent weeks after he disclosed Los Blancos are “a dream club for every player”.
And Zidane was coy about the future of his compatriot when he was asked about Pogba’s future at Man United.
Pogba’s future at Old Trafford was increasingly uncertain under Jose Mourinho but since the Portuguese left in December he has thrived under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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With United struggling to stake a claim in the fight for the top four, reports are rife star players will switch to another club.
Fresh rumours he could move on have surfaced though, with Pogba having already left United once in his career, joining Juventus after failing to break into the first team under Alex Ferguson.
“I think in the old days Ferguson was the same,” Olsen said in a quote cited on Goal.
“If you don’t want to play for the club then don’t stay! And I think that’s the case too with Pogba.
“Of course you would continue without him but it would be great to see him stay as well, because he is an important part of the team.”
United lost their last game 2-1 to Wolves and still have seven games to fight for the Champions League.