Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba won’t be leaving the club this summer according to the publication from the Daily Mail.
It was revealed that Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward wants to retain his services at the club beyond this summer.
Italian champions Juventus are the latest club to be linked with a summer move for Paul Pogba but senior club officials are not sure that Juventus have the necessary funds needed to sign him.
Earlier reports had claimed that Paul Pogba will not leave Manchester United for anything less than €160m.
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The French World Cup winner had a hugely successful spell at Juventus over four years between 2012 and 2016.
Pogba won four successive Italian Serie A titles with the Old Lady before he returned to Manchester United in a deal reported to be around £89m.
He had left Manchester United for Juventus in the summer of 2012 on a free transfer.
Apart from Juventus, Paul Pogba has been touted as a possible addition to the playing squads at other major European clubs like Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Barcelona.
Paul Pogba scored 16 goals for Manchester United during the just concluded season to emerge as their top scorer with 13 of those goals coming in the Premier League.