Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently enjoying good results at the club since the new season started as they are yet to loose any game.
However, the Manchester United manager has been struggling to keep his best players at the club with some who are approaching the final months of their contracts.
Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard have given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a hard time because of their refusal to commit their futures at Old Trafford.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are willing to invest more on Paul Pogba so as to convince him to sign a new contract.
The reporter stated that Manchester United are willing to make Paul Pogba the best paid player in the English Premier league so as to commit his future.
Paul Pogba is currently touted to be very happy at the club and might consider staying because of the club's progress.
"Paul Pogba is enjoying his life at Manchester United and is loving the atmosphere around the club now. United are still working to keep him at the club and sign a new deal." The reporter stated.
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