Solskjaer has teturned lost freedom–Pogba

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Paul Pogba says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, fresh from signing a three-year contract at Manchester United, has returned the “freedom” to the club lost during the reign of previous managers, National Daily gathered.

Having seen their interim coach deliver an upturn in fortune after being appointed as successor to Jose Mourinho, the Red Devils have handed the permanent position to the Norwegian.

Pogba is in little doubt that he is the right man for the job, with the World Cup winner having enjoyed a boost to his own game since being released from the shackles of Mourinho’s regime.

The France international told pressmen of the impact made by Solskjaer at Old Trafford: “It’s been very good. Results have been very good. We have a coach that value us, a really happy coach. He’s given confidence back to the players.

“He gives freedom to play football again. Maybe we lost that before.

“The first day he arrived he just told us to enjoy playing football again. When you don’t enjoy playing, there is no point playing. When you stop loving what you do, there is no point in doing it. Let’s just get back to basics and enjoy.

Enjoy playing together, enjoy attacking, enjoy playing together and then that’s it. Then the results came by themselves.”