Paul Pogba is in no rush to leave Manchester United this summer following the club's transfer business in the window.
There had been reports that the player wanted to move with Paris Saint Germain muted as his next possible destination but after United roped in Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, Pogba believes that the club now is serious about challenging for the Premier League title.
90 minutes now claim that Pogba, who has a year left on his current United deal, will take his time to make a decision after other reports emerged that he was keen in extending his stay at the club.
The 28-year-old rejoined United in 2016, following a whopping £94.5m move from the Italian side of Juventus. Since his return, the layer has gone to make 206 senior matches, in all competitions, directly contributing to 80 goals, along the way.
The midfielder is able to agree to a pre-contract with foreign clubs as early as January 2022; United said to be willing to sell him then if they cant convince him to sign a deal between now and then.
Apart from PSG, the player had been linked with a move to Real Madrid before but it is said that the club doesn't have the funds to fund his deal this summer as they have to offload some of their players to create space for the Frenchman.