Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit back at claims the Real Madrid have agreed a deal for Paul Pogba.
The French international was heavily linked with a move to the La Liga giants in the summer, with manager Zinedine Zidane indicating he was the club's priority transfer target.
However the Norwegian boss claimed no deal has been agreed, and he was unconcerned by links that Florentino Perez was angling for a deal.
"I don't listen to the president of Real Madrid.
"Paul is working hard, and he is totally committed to Manchester United.
"He is currently out injured, but he is working like crazy to get back fit and into the team.
"The situation does not worry, and will not worry me in future."
Despite his hard line approach towards the situation, Solskjaer did indicate that he was open to the potential of speculation about Pogba leaving in future, but that he was confident the former Juventus man would be staying at Old Trafford.