Paul Pogba makes decision about Man United future – report
Paul Pogba is ready to sit down and thrash out a new contract with Manchester United, according to a report in England
Paul Pogba is ready to sit down with Manchester United and discuss a new contract after the France star’s transformation under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to a report in England.
The Sun is reporting that Pogba no longer wants to leave the 20-time English champions and the World Cup winner is ready to sit down with the club to discuss extending his stay at Manchester United beyond 2021.
The same article states that the 25-year-old would be looking to secure a significant pay increase despite being on a contract thought to be worth around £350,000 a week at the 20-time English champions.
According to the same story, Pogba would be looking for a deal that would be much closer to Alexis Sanchez’s current contract, which is reported to be around £505,000 a week.
The Sun quote a source which claims that the former Juventus midfielder is “the happiest he has been in a long time” since his return to form under the interim Manchester United boss.
Pogba has scored five goals and has made four assists in six Premier League games since Jose Mourinho was sacked as Manchester United boss last month.
The France star moved back to Manchester United in a club record £89m deal from Juventus in the 2016 summer transfer window.
Pogba has won the Europa League and the League Cup since his move back to Old Trafford.