9am Man Utd news: Solskjaer backs Pochettino, Pogba fit, Jose Mourinho to earn United £10m

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DEADLINE DAY is drawing ever closer as Manchester United continue to be linked with several big names.

Here's the latest transfer talk, team news and rumours from the Red Devils.

 Paul Pogba has been in fine form since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Pog back

MANCHESTER United have been handed a major boost with Paul Pogba fit to face Tottenham.

The in-form French midfielder was a doubt to take on their fellow Champions League hopefuls following a knock he picked up against Newcastle.

Real Deal

JOSE MOURINHO claimed he has ‘no intention’ of managing Benfica as a return to Real Madrid is still open.
Mourinho was sacked by Manchester United in December after two-and-a-half seasons in charge at Old Trafford.

Josh the ticket

MANCHESTER UNITED could be the latest club to lose one of their academy stars for nothing, according to reports.

Youngster Joshua Bohui is being tracked by both Barcelona and Monaco after refusing to extend his stay at the Red Devils.

Mour to come

REAL MADRID will be hit by a £10million bill from Manchester United if they make Jose Mourinho manager for a second time.
Mourinho and his agent Jorge Mendes have negotiated the Portuguese boss' £15m severance payment after he was sacked by the Old Trafford club before Christmas.</p>

Magic number

MANCHESTER UNITED are planning to offer new deals to out-of-contract trio Juan Mata, Ashley Young and Ander Herrera.

ESPN are reporting that despite the players entering the final six months of their respective Old Trafford deals, talks are ongoing.

beIN serious

JOSE MOURINHO is already back in football after being hired as a pundit for beIN Sports.
The sacked Manchester United boss, 55, is set to appear on screen for the first time since his firing — as an analyst for coverage of the Asian Cup.

Luk at yourselves

MANCHESTER UNITED fans should get behind Romelu Lukaku — because he is "an unbelievable striker" and a "great person".
That is the view of his Belgium team-mate and Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld.

Spur-red on

Solskjaer admits Poch deserves Old Trafford job link as Man Utd return home from their Dubai training break.

Manchester United caretaker boss comes face to face with Pochettino on Sunday as he takes his side to Wembley to face Tottenham.