Manchester United Star Paul Pogpa Allegedly Set to Make Transfer Decision On Whether To Leave or Not
By Bruno_Fernandes | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 22 views
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has had amazing time in old Trafford. The United star is currently on a £290,000-a-week deal at United. The 28-year-old who celebrated his birthday hardly a month ago has 12 months left on his contract and plans are underway to trigger his contract extension.
Recently, Paul has been facing injury crisis as he has had constant injuries. During the start of the season, he sat on the bench as a substitute despite being fit. This raised speculations that the French International could leave the club very soon.
However, Ole Gunner Solskjaer declared that Pogpa was in his plans and he would consider him signing a new deal. Upon his return, he has made impact in the squad and he has declared that he is happy at United and prefers a stay to an exit. He also said that United have currently improved and they will fight for titles this season to ensure that they win them.
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