Manchester United bosses want Paul Pogba to finish his career at Old Trafford.
The Frenchman has strongly been linked with a move away from the club this summer with PSG said to be his next possible destination but according to some reports, the player could sign a new deal at the club that nurtured him as a youngster.
The Mirror says Pogba could remain at United for the rest of his career as it has been reported he is not keen on a move to PSG. The player will be returning to the club next week after a perfect Euro 2020 outing despite France crashing out in the last 16.
Pogba has one year left on his current United deal and despite the constant links, the players United wants in the current market could convince him to stay as he feels they have started being ambitious enough to win trophies.
The Athletic reports the Premier League giants are working tirelessly to get the 28-year-old to agree to a new long-term contract that could make him the highest earner in football history.