According to reports, Manchester United are close to securing Paul Pogba's future with a new five year deal.
According to reports from The Sun, Manchester United are close to securing the long term future of Paul Pogba, with a new five-year deal near to being agreed.
Just one year ago it seemed as if the French World Cup winner would be on his way out of Old Trafford, even going as far as to publicly state he may 'need a fresh challenge'.
The dramatic u-turn comes after the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and an up-turn in United's fortunes, with a run of form that has left them on the brink of Champions League qualification.
Pogba is thought to be happy with how things are now progressing under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and his performances on the pitch seem to back up those claims.
A new deal for the 27-year-old has been rumoured for some time, and it would provide a huge boost to Solskjaer as he continues his efforts to rebuild the club. The potential arrival of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund is also thought to excite Pogba.
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