Manchester United midfielder and star player, Paul Labile Pogba is close to agreeing a new five year deal at Man Utd.
The world cup winner has had many challenges and a change of heart since his desire to leave the club last season.
According to Sunsport, the Red devils could announce the deal at the end of the season.
Pogba has suffered ankle injury since the start of the season but has been reinstated into his post-lockdown team after he was fully recovered from injury.
Generally, Pogba has been playing well although he made some couple of errors against the Saints which lead to their first goal in Monday's 2-2 draw.
According to Solksjaer, there was a question mark before the game against Southampton but he prepared fully for it.
Solskjaer said: “I’ve been speaking more or less every day with Paul. He knows he wouldn’t be dropped.
“When Paul plays like this, he wouldn’t be dropped from any team in the world — France or Manchester United — but he’s been out for a long, long time.
“There was a question mark before the game against Southampton but he felt ready for it, which was great, so now let’s see how he is.
“He’s been fantastic since the restart and brought a lot to the team.”
Pogba's deal with Man Utd expires next season and there is a belief that both sides could strike a new deal.
United will be away to Crystal palace in a crucial and must win game in order to boost their top four hope.
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