Summer transfer window is around the corner which has made football clubs get ready to engage in bidding wars and negotiations to recruit more players.
Manchester United are expected to make four signings to complete the rebuild process of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and compete for major trophies.
Paul Pogba's future has always been a major concern at Old Trafford, and it seems we are set to witness one of the greatest transfers soon.
According to the Sun and Athletic Sports news reports, it is claimed that Manchester United will be considering to sell Pogba if he doesn't sign a contract extension.
The reports claim that the board are ready to offer his terms, but will avoid losing him for free if he doesn't sign.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has always been a fan of Paul Pogba and rates him big as he was questioned about his future at one point and he answered:
"No, of course not, I won't sell him. I have always said with Paul that I enjoy managing him, I enjoy coaching him, I enjoy talking to him and I also enjoy challenging him because he is a winner."
Will we see Paul Pogba commit his future at Old Trafford?
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