Man United's deal with Paul Pogba.
First, there's an update on Paul Pogba's condition.
Pogba's contract is in considerably more jeopardy than Fernandes', as it expires at the end of the season, allowing him to go for free.
Pogba was rumored to be on the verge of signing a new contract earlier this month:
Pogba's agent, on the other hand, came out and said there was a chance his client may return to Juventus.
Now, according to Romano, Man United offered Paul Pogba the contract months ago and are awaiting the midfielder's final decision.
Pogba has been enjoying the atmosphere generated at United in recent months, but is yet to respond, with the Red Devils expected to insist on extending his contract as soon as possible.
The contract of Fernandes.
Second, on Fernandes, rumours earlier this month stated that the midfielder is close to agreeing to new terms on a five-year contract that will keep him in Manchester until 2026.
It was also reported that Fernandes' salary will be increased by about £100,000 per week, to over £250,000 per week, and that the 26-year-old has been persuaded to stay put as a result of Cristiano Ronaldo's signing and United's massive summer transfer market spending.
And, according to Romano's report, optimism is much higher in regards to Fernandes signing a new contract, with conversations said to have began in July.
Bruno is a leader on and off the field, according to Romano, and he is quite pleased at Old Trafford.
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