The future of French midfielder, Paul Pogba at Manchester United has always been a subject of speculations as he seems never to be settled at the club since his arrival from Italian Serie A outfit, Juventus.
Despite being a controversial player, he remains the golden boy of the club and Manchester United are willing to do all in their powers to keep him for many more years.
The latest speculations over Paul Pogba’s future surfaced after Juventus signed a new manager Andrea Pirlo and it was claimed he is needed in Turin for a major role under the new manager.
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However, Manchester United chief, Ed Woodward has decided to end all speculations by showing interest to give Paul Pogba a new three-year deal with an improved offer as his current contract ends next summer.
Paul Pogba had one of his best performance as a Manchester United player after the restart of the Premier League as he formed a great partnership with new recruit, Bruno Fernandes and that seems to have settled him.
With the World Cup winner currently earning £150,000 weekly wage, he could be handed a bumper offer of £225,000-per-week as a reward for his improved performance.
Meanwhile, commentators and pundits have expressed confidence that Paul Pogba will sign a new deal with Manchester United.
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