Paul Pogba has called out a report saying he snubbed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Manchester United's heavy 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday, labelling it "fake news".
The Sun reported on Tuesday that the France World Cup winner did not speak to the under-pressure Norwegian after the game and decided to put talks over a new contract on hold following the result.
But Pogba has taken to social media to say what has been reported is "big lies to make headlines".
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The 28-year-old's contract is set to expire in the summer and would be able to leave the club on a free transfer.
Mino Raiola, Pogba's agent, says "there is no update" regarding whether the 28-year-old will sign a new deal with United.
"You would have to ask Manchester United about it," he told The Times.
"At this moment everything is calm. There is no update."
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Pogba has scored 38 goals in 211 appearances for United since his £89.3m move from Juventus in 2016, but is yet to win a Premier League or Champions League medal at Old Trafford.
Pogba won a Carabao Cup and Europa League double when Jose Mourinho was in charge in 2017.
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