Former Juventus play maker Paul Pogba has been told to sign five-year deal or leave Old Trafford according to reports. Paul Ince has called for an end to the Red Devil's transfer saga. According to him, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will add this summer regardless of what happens with the French superstar.
Reports say the former Red Devils midfielder has grown tired of the transfer circus surrounding Paul Pogba. It is speculated that the future of the World Cup winner at Old Trafford is seemingly never far away.
Speaking in association with Paddy Power, the retired Midfielder told Goal that Pogba is yet to sign a new contract, and they don’t know what is in his mind.
"If he decides to stay, they should offer him five years, you can’t have annual disharmony with a player saying he wants to leave." Ince stated.
Ince noted that Pogba came to Man United with big money to be a talisman but it didn't work out. According to him, Pogba should commit himself if staying at the club or if not, leave and allow the club to bring in fresh players.
"If you’re staying, stay and commit, show what a world-class player you are. If not, leave and let United use the money to bring in others." The former midfielder added.
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