Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said Bruno Fernandes' arrival at Manchester United does not mean Paul Pogba is set to leave in the summer and insists the pair can play together at Old Trafford.

Fernandes moved to United for an initial £46.5 million on Thursday and is set to make his debut against Wolves on Saturday.

Pogba is still sidelined with an ankle problem but Solskjaer said Fernandes is not a replacement for the France international, who has been linked with summer moves to Real Madrid and Juventus.

"We want to try to build towards a team that will challenge for the title and trophies so we want to keep our best players," Solskjaer said. "We can play them together.

"Bruno can play with good players yes and he can do absolutely everything."