Paul Pogba refuses to be drawn on Manchester United future after win over Aston Villa
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Paul Pogba refuses to be drawn on Manchester United future after win over Aston Villa

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has refused to be on his future following emphatic 3-0 win over Aston Villa. 

United took the lead through Bruno Fernandes who scored from a spot-kick. Just before half time, Mason Greenwood netted the third with Paul Pogba completing Red Devils victory with a brilliant strike. 

Speaking after his side's 3-0 win at Aston Villa, the Frenchman has refused to be drawn on his future. Asked if 'his feeling towards staying at the club had changed', Pogba told Sky Sports:

"Right now, I've been injured for a long time, I am just focused on myself. I just want to help the team as much as l can. This year we have two goals: to go for the Europa Cup and the FA Cup."

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