Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's prophecy about the club star Paul Pogba could come true as the club fight for the top finish in the Premier League.
The Norwegian boss said Pogba will sign a new contract at the club and surprise fans with his performance once again as the club star. Ole revealed how determined he was in building a team around Pogba during his earlier days at Old Trafford as a manager.
And with the performance of the Frenchman in the last four Premier League games, Solskjaer's words are evident. Pogba has registered 7 assists in just four games a record that no other player has achieved in English football.
Also, Pogba is close in signing a new contract with Manchester United and commit his life for the Old Trafford club. Pogba is believed to be happy with the coming of Christiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
Manchester United fans are backing their midfielder to set new record in this campaign and ours is to wait and see if the former Juventus star will achieve that this season.
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