Though Manchester United are looking to complete some interesting transfer in the coming window.
Manchester United are eyeing top players like Jadon Sancho and Van de Beek from Borrusia Dortmund and Ajax respectively, and though the arrival of Bruno Fernandez in the January transfer has turned things around in the theatre of dream.
But notwithstanding, since the restart Manchester United remains unbeaten and has been extended to 18 games in all competition, this is due to combination of Midfield Maestro Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandez which has boosted their team. Fernandez might be a new signing but Paul Pogba was signed in 2016 and his contract is set to expire in 2021 with rumors surrounding his future, with strong links to Real Madrid and Juventus, Manchester United will be looking to keep hold of their midfielder by offering him a new contract worth €290,000 per week deal.
Keeping him will indeed be good for Manchester United who are looking to rebuild their team which has not been constant since the retirement of Alex Ferguson in 2013. Reports meanwhile has claimed Manchester United are close to agreeing a new contract with Paul Pogba.
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