The future of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will be determined when he reports to the English club from his vacation in the United States. It’s becoming no secret that Paris Saint-Germain has an interest in the 28-year-old.
Pogba’s contract expires next summer. The English club has to decide whether they want to roll the dice and continue to discuss a possible extension or cash in now rather than risking losing the France international on a free transfer.
Nonetheless, The Athletic (via Foot01) reports that Manchester United will take a page out of what PSG is doing with Kylian Mbappé and hold onto him as they hope to use that last year of his deal to convince the player to sign an extension.
The report states that Manchester United remains convinced that they can agree to an extension with Pogba. With the relationship between Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, and PSG sporting director Leonardo, the deal could become a reality, considering the midfielder isn’t opposed to returning to France.
Regardless, The Red Devils will do everything they can to hold onto their superstar.
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