May 6, 2021


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Manchester United are still hopeful of Paul Pogba’s future

All Gunner Solstice did not give up on keeping Paul Pogba Manchester United, As long as he continues to show it, he is building a successful future at Old Trafford.

Pogba He has been a key figure for United in recent years and is currently producing the best football of his five years at the club.

But by the end of next season, the contract expires and there is no indication that he plans to extend that deal, even though he is no longer able to move in the winter.

His last speech about Pogba’s future In the summer of 2019, he said he wanted a “new challenge” and his agent, Mino Raiola, was voicing the death knell for his client at the club until December.

United have seen Pogba renewed for the past four months, but he was a key player in the 2021 squad for Thursday night’s 6-2 win over Roma.

Solesger’s careful Pogba administration has helped bring the 28-year-old’s best results, but he is also unsure of his future. Edison CavanFor me, the United manager is still facing the prospect of losing two of his best players.

His relationship with Pogba returned to the club with the French club as a teenager before he moved to Juventus, and he knows that the possibility of a successful Solesjayer team at Old Trafford could convince him to stay at Old Trafford.

You know, I worked with Paul for a few years. I was there when he was a backup player and I want him to stay. He knows how I feel about him.

“All we can do is create a competitive environment, a competitive team for the trophies. Eddie and Paul are both winners, but they are also human. So it’s important that they come to Carrington every day. It’s fun to play. If we can go to Liverpool again, they can feel our progress this season and we have a good chance of keeping them.

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If United do not want to risk losing Pogba, they should consider spending money on him this summer and selling him at an affordable price.

Solesjayer He insists that he does not want that to happen and that he enjoys working with the middle class.

Regarding the possibility of Polga’s release this summer, Solsjiger said:

I’ve always talked to Paul. I enjoy managing him, I enjoy coaching him, I enjoy talking to him, and I enjoy challenging him because he is a winner. He wants to be better and that is why he listens. Here, too, he rejoices.

“He has a smile on his face. It is important that we treat each other with respect and I try to treat everyone with the same respect. But there are some players you have known since they were young, and this is so for Paul, the more you get to know them, the easier it will be to associate with them.