Usually whenever Paul Pogba’s eldest bother is called into question, we run cynical quotes on how a transfer away from Old Trafford never seems far.
Matthias Pogba has revealed this time around that the Manchester United man is happy but have yet to make a decision on his future.
This comes after The Athletic’s David Ornstein told Talk of The Devils that there’s a feeling of optimism surrounding United after Saturday’s Cristiano Ronaldo homecoming and Pogba could be persuaded to stay.
Speaking on Talk of the Devils, @David_Ornstein: "Paul Pogba is extremely happy with the current situation at #mufc – the impact of the return of Cristiano Ronaldo and the recruitment work the club have done in addition to that in the form of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane."
— Stretty News (@StrettyNews) September 13, 2021
His brother was a guest on the Spanish show El Chiringuito TV on Monday night and he revealed that his brother is ‘feeling good’ at United and that his future is not yet certain, as per Manchester Evening News.
“Paul has not decided yet whether to stay or not next summer,” Mathias said.
“It’s his decision – he’s feeling very good at Man United now, this season… then let’s see. Let’s see when will be time to decide.”
The Frenchman is now in the final year of his contract at Old Trafford and he could run down his current deal to leave on a Bosman next summer. That is not a situation United want to be faced with in 11-months’ time.
Pogba has been linked with a move away from United since he returned from Juventus in 2016, with moves back to Turin or Real Madrid regularly being tipped in the press.
Paris Saint-Germain is seen as another possibility for the midfielder.