Paul Pogba: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 'no doubt' midfielder wants to play for Man Utd
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has "no doubt" midfielder Paul Pogba still wants to play for the club.
The France World Cup winner missed United's final pre-season game, a penalty-shootout win over AC Milan in the International Champions Cup.
But Solskjaer said Pogba, who did not travel to Cardiff for the match, was not risked due to a back strain.
"I wasn't expecting him [to travel]," he said.
"I spoke to him after training and he didn't feel right. It's not an injury, it's just some pain. I wasn't going to risk anything."
Reports claimed Pogba failed to make the trip to Cardiff in an attempt to force a move to Real Madrid.
Solskjaer also confirmed the £80m signing of Leicester centre-back Harry Maguire is set to be announced "very soon".
Penalties win in final pre-season game
In addition to Pogba, Romelu Lukaku was also missing as United drew 2-2 at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.
Lukaku's absence throughout pre-season has also been attributed to injury, but the Belgium striker's future has been the subject of speculation all summer, with Inter Milan and Juventus reportedly interested.
United led through Marcus Rashford, before former Liverpool midfielder Suso and Samu Castillejo put Milan in front.
Jesse Lingard levelled up to take the game to spot-kicks.
And Welshman Daniel James scored the winning penalty in the Principality Stadium.
Lukaku continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
United start their Premier League campaign at home against Chelsea on Sunday, 11 August.
Victory for United against Milan means they have won all six of their pre-season matches, albeit with this one requiring a penalty shootout, which finished 5-4.
Daniel Maldini, the 17-year-old son of Italy and Milan legend Paolo, missed the only spot-kick.
The result means Portuguese side Benfica win the 2019 ICC competition, with United having needed to win by three goals or more to claim the trophy.