Moyes Want's Lingard Deal Made Permanent, Man United Land New Sponsorship, Pogba Contract Extension
By FanaticsCorner | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 5 views
After agreeing a lucrative deal for shirt sponsorship with Team Viewer, Manchester United are also understood to be in discussions over a new training kit sponsor as per Manchester Evening News.
TeamViewer logo is blue and white but it will be modfied to just white on Manchester United shirts as per Samuel Luckhurst.
David Moyes has already asked West Ham bosses to explore the possibility of making Jesse Lingard's signing permanent. The Red Devils want more than the £10-15 million West Ham are willing to pay, according to ESPN.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had something to say concerning Paul Pogba's contract. He claimed that everyone in the team, Paul included is focused on doing as well as they can this season. He doesn't think any energy would be used on speculation. He also hinted that they have discussions and talks and when you see Pogba training, it shows how he care's for them.
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