Paul Pogba assures Solskjaer he wants Man Utd stay and to become captain

According to The Sun, Paul Pogba has told Manchester United he has no plans to quit in a sensational U-turn.

The World Cup-winner has been in resurgent form since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced José Mourinho as caretaker manager, and it was the former boss who seemingly made Pogba want to give up on his United career.

It is reported that Pogba has had a number of private talks with Solskjaer about his future in recent weeks, with the 25-year-old assuring his manager he wants to stay with plans to captain the side for a number of years.

An insider allegedly told The Sun: “Pog has told Ole he has no intentions of leaving. They have had some lengthy chats together.

 “His head has been cleared after a testing time and he is showing the ability we all know he has now.

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“He is not for sale at any price and we have made that clear.

“Pogba is the future of this club and is not going anywhere.”

 Firstly, I would be very surprised if any United employee referred to Paul Pogba as ‘Pog’ but anyway…

It’s a relief that things have turned around for Pogba after almost getting to the stage of no return. Fans were right to question his performances after all the money he cost, but now we’re seeing a footballer who warrants such value in today’s market.

Pogba has two years left on his contract and The Sun add that United are in no rush to hand the midfielder fresh terms.

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