Paul Pogba ‘sees a future at Manchester United after the signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane…
- Paul Pogba insists he sees himself as a Manchester United player in the future
- The Frenchman is enthusiastic about the acquisitions of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane
- But Pogba, 28, is still not allowed to sign a contract extension in this transfer window
Paul Pogba sees a bright future at Manchester United with the club’s blockbuster new signings, but may still be hesitant to sign a contract extension.
Pogba has reportedly said he loves United but knows his next contract at age 28 will likely be his last big payday. Sky Sports News.
The Frenchman has been the subject of transfer speculation all season and Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly in talks with Pogba’s people over a proposed £43million transfer.
Paul Pogba has insisted he sees a future for himself at Manchester United next season
Pogba, 28, said he has an excellent relationship with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (right)
But Pogba has said he has a fantastic relationship with Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and is thrilled with the massive signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane this summer.
The newcomers indicate that Solskjaer plans to make a serious attack on the Premier League title next season, something that has greatly appealed to World Cup winner Pogba.
Still, this may not be the solution to the long-standing problem of his contract, which has entered his final year.
But Pogba has reportedly stressed that the fact that he may not sign a new contract in this transfer window doesn’t mean he’s against it in the near future.
Pogba is said to be excited about the signings of Jadon Sancho (left) and Raphael Varane (right)
For United and Solskjaer, a contract saga solution this window would be the most preferred option, but Pogba has significant influence.
With only one year left to go, he could leave Old Trafford for free next summer if the situation is not resolved.
And while PSG’s interest seems genuine, Pogba’s desire to secure a huge potential permanent contract could also be fulfilled by United if they want to keep him, or any other club that has not yet publicly expressed an interest in the Frenchman. has made known.