There seems to be some good news coming from Man United after ESPN reports that Paul Pogba is now happy at the club and will be ready to extend his contract anytime soon.
The France international returned to the Old Trafford from Italian Serie A outfit Juventus in a deal worth £89.3 million in 2016, with the deal expected to end in 2021.
Of course, talks of a new deal would be starting anytime soon and there is no need for worries with ESPN confirming that the World Cup winner will be willing to extend his deal.
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It would be recalled that the early years of Paul Pogba at Man United was filled with controversies and the reign of former manager Jose Mourinho was the height of it. The midfielder had made his wish to leave known, citing Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid as his preferred destination because of manager Zinedine Zidane.
However, the coming of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has changed everything as they have built a good working relationship both on and off the pitch. Pogba is reportedly happy with the development and no longer interested in a move away from the club. Howbeit, Pogba is likely to remain at the Old Trafford much longer with the hope of winning titles.