The Norwegian is inflexible Pogba will stay past the exchange window – and accepts the France universal will be indispensable to his arrangements as he offers to thump Liverpool off their roost.
The World Cup winner was required to leave United this late spring – yet the effect of coronavirus implies it’s improbable any club will approach his £150million valuation.
Pogba has struck up an amazing comprehension with Fernandes in just two games together since the coronavirus lockdown – and Solskjaer claims it is a blending that will lead United into what’s to come.
Significantly, he trusts Pogba will be stimulated by the group’s movement since he experienced lower leg medical procedure in January.
“I am certain that they can play well together because they have proven both in training in the games when they play together that it’s exciting,” said the United manager.
“I don’t think you can ever question Paul’s professionalism. He is a very very professional boy and he lives his life the right way. He wants to be the best he can be.
“He knows he’s a special talent and he doesn’t want to, in five or ten years’ time, look back and think I didn’t make the most of it.
“He is already a World Cup winner. He has won things with Juventus and us so I’m not surprised by his enthusiasm and dedication to us.
“Yes we are looking to keep Paul here and we are looking to keep the best players here anyway.
“You want to give Paul the chance to get 100 percent fit and back to his best. He has been out for so long, but I think it says everything about the quality of the boy in his performances.”
Solskjaer admitted it “hurt” to see Liverpool win the title, yet accepts he is the man to lead United back to the highest point of English football.
Talking in front of Saturday’s FA Cup quarter last against Norwich he stated: “I feel that we have appeared at our best that we can coordinate the best groups. That is the test for me and the players surely that we can have that consistency now.