Man United boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer is hoping Pogba commit his future to the club
Manchester United gaffer Solskjaer is very much hopeful France international Paul Pogba will sign a new contract with the Red Devils as talks of a new deal is underway.
The midfielder’s current deal at Old Trafford will expire in June, 2022 and Man United are in discussion with his representatives over a new contract according to Solskjaer.
And should United fail to get Paul Pogba to sign a new deal, the Frenchman could leave the doors of Old Trafford for free next summer.
There has been reports that Pogba could return home with Paris Saint-Germain touted to be his next destination should he opt to depart Man United.
However, Solskjaer is hopeful a deal would be reached and is looking forward to continue working with the World Cup winner after revealing all parties are still in negotiations for a new contract.
Asked about rumours surrounding the Frenchman’s future following United 4-2 pre-season friendly defeat to QPR, Solskjaer said:
“Talks are ongoing between Paul’s [Pogba] representatives and the club [Man United]. All the dialogue I have had with Pogba is that he is looking forward to the season.
“Always speculations about Paul and there is always clubs being interested and of course we have seen Paul at his best and Paul knows what we feel about it and I have enjoyed my time working with him and hopefully we can work together.”
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola revealed last season that his client would not be signing a new contract at Man United, claiming the midfielder is looking for a new challenge waway from the club.