Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has made it clear Paul Pogba will not leave the club this summer.
Pogba has been linked with a move away from England, with Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid believed to be keen.
The World Cup winner is in the last year of his contract at Old Trafford and is yet to agree to an extension.
Although Pogba has not come to an agreement, Solskjaer is confident he will not depart before the transfer window closes on August 31.
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"Yes, I expect Paul to be here when the first of September comes.
"If you've got a five-year contract or a one-year contract, when you sign for Man Utd you have to rise to the challenge of performing on a consistent level.
"I'm not worried whatsoever that the length of any player's contract is changing the level of their motivation and inspiration. You want to play well for your team, your team-mates, yourself, your family, every time you play.
"What I expect is that the attitude and the approach to every game is the right one. That we have the same focus, the right focus, the right professionalism and, with that, I have no worries about Paul whatsoever," Solskjaer told reporters ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash at Southampton.