Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had some major problems about convincing his top players to commit their futures at the club, but after the summer transfer window and start of the season, it seems like some players will extend their contracts.
However, according to earlier reports, Paul Pogba is 'leaning' towards committing his future as he is touted to be excited by the current project at the club.
Paul Pogba's brother has come out revealing that the 28 years old seems ready to extend his future because of one factor.
Speaking on Spanish TV, El Chiringuito, Mathias Pogba stated that Paul Pogba is currently happy at the club and he is set to make his contract extension decision soon
Matthias stated: "Paul has not decided to stay or not next summer. It's his decision. He's feeling very good at Manchester United this season. Then let's see. See when he will decide."
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