Paul Pogba ‘open’ to discussing new contract with Manchester United

Paul Pogba ‘open’ to discussing new contract with Manchester United

French midfielder Paul Pogba is willing to listen to a new deal for Manchester United despite his future at the club having always been a subject of speculation.

Pogba agent Mino Raiola had intimated that his player wanted out of United but with the pandemic that has hit most clubs in Europe, there are a few of them who are willing to match the wages he is receiving at United.

UK journalist Andy Mitten believes that Paul Pogba will ‘stay’ at United with the update comes via the Red Devils’ Scandinavian supporters club.

“I think Paul Pogba will stay and have been told that he is open to discussing a new contract,” Mitten said of the player’s future.

Mitten adds that the World Cup winner, who will turn 28 years old at the end of the month, is ‘open to ‘discussing a new contract’ with the Red Devils; the same reports being advanced by the Mirror.

Pogba’s current deal with United expires next summer and with United not ready to let him leave for free, he is expected to be let go in the coming summer if he can’t ink a deal with the club.

Pogba is currently sidelined with an injury, which has left the Frenchman to miss six matches across all competitions.

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