Report: Pogba to stay at United

Paul Pogba will not leave United this summer.

According to their sources, The Telegraph believes that Manchester United will not entertain any offer for the Frenchman this summer.

Even though the English transfer window has closed, the European leagues still have approximately three weeks to wheel and deal.

The exact date is September 2nd.

Throughout the summer, Pobga, his agent Mino Raiola and Zinedine Zidane all publicly flirted with the concept of Pogba’s dream move to Madrid.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said there had been no offers and they would only consider selling a player if their valuation was met.

With the exception of a 26 million Euro and James Rodriguez offer, nothing materialised. That offer what not even discussed or considered.

This a player that United paid 89 million for and value now at 150 million.

Solskjaer has said he is a player to build the team around.

Pogba did not help the situation after Sunday’s game. He commented when asked about his future and any possible move. That there were always question marks over his future.

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The 26-year-old Frenchman had a good game for United on Sunday. While his game was peppered with errors, he did have two assists.

Pogba showed moments of brilliance.

But perhaps the site that pleased Solskjaer more than anything was his leadership and team spirit, especially in the goal celebrations which resulted in an American football style group huddle each time.

Taking all these things into account, Pogba can be the talisman that kickstarts the rejuvenation of great days at United. Solskjaer will feel even if its just one more year, it could get his team on the right track.

There is no way United are considering selling him without the possibility of a replacing him.

There is the hope they can still convince him to extend his stay. He has two years left on his contract, with the option of one more.

He might not stay that long. A lot will depend on United progress in winning titles.

But one thing that is not happening right now, is Paul Pogba is not leaving Manchester United this summer.

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE – JULY 20: Paul Pogba of Manchester United in action during the 2019 International Champions Cup match between Manchester United and FC Internazionale at the Singapore National Stadium on July 20, 2019 in Singapore. (Photo by Lionel Ng/Getty Images)

 

 

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