Pogba wants Man Utd stay if given reassurances over future

ESPN Senior reporter Gabriel Marcotti has provided a surprise update on the future of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

Marcotti said:

“What I’ve been told, is that Pogba is not desperately itching for a move. He wants a resolution, a way forward. Either a new contract and commitment from the club about the squad, or if there is an offer out there and it works, moving elsewhere,” Marcotti said.

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Pogba had earlier been heard in the summer stating a desire to seek new challenges elsewhere, and therefore an exit away from Old Trafford.

The Frenchman has been heavily linked with a move back to Turin to join Juventus as well as Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid this summer and it looked inevitable that he would leave Old Trafford.

But manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer maintained in his first press conference of the tour of Australia that Pogba is a ‘great professional’ and there’s no problem with the midfielder.

With Solskjaer also confirming no bids have been made for any of his key players,  perhaps Pogba may not be going anywhere this summer.

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