Pogba considers Man Utd U-turn


Paul Pogba is reportedly considering remaining at Manchester United beyond the summer after two players were cited as proof of the club’s ambition in the transfer market.

Pogba, who moved back to United from Juventus in 2016, has become a divisive figure at Old Trafford after largely failing to display the talent he showed in Italy.

Indeed, the Frenchman has been heavily linked with a move away in recent months, with Juve said to be keen on bringing him back to Turin and Real Madrid also credited with interest.

And despite reports this week that Juventus had already agreed personal terms with the player and were ready to hold talks with United over a fee, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has continually insisted that Pogba remains a key part of his squad.

And now The Sun claim Pogba himself is warming to the idea of staying at Old Trafford, having been impressed with their upturn in fortunes in recent weeks and for the ambition the club has shown in the transfer market.

Currently sat fifth in the Premier League and just three points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea, United are also through to the last 16 of the Europa League where they will face Austrian side LASK and on Thursday night beat Derby to make it through to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

However, as per the report, it is the signing of one player, in Bruno Fernandes, and the potential arrival of another, in Jadon Sancho, which has most convinced Pogba of United’s ambition and brought about the potential U-turn.

It’s claimed Pogba has been hugely impressed with the impact Fernandes has made since arriving from Sporting Lisbon; the Portuguese star scoring three times in his last three games.

Pogba, it’s claimed, is excited by the prospect of playing alongside the £68million man.

In addition, Pogba is also said to be enthused by the club’s efforts to bring in England winger Sancho, with the Frenchman believed to be a massive admirer of his talents.

By Football365.com

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