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Paul Pogba Can See "Long-Term Future" at Manchester United But Will Put Off Signing New Deal

By Amreen
Paul Pogba has insisted that he sees a future for himself at Manchester United next season
Paul Pogba has insisted that he sees a future for himself at Manchester United next season / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images
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Paul Pogba has reportedly said he sees a long-term future at Manchester United following the arrival of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, but will hold back from signing a contract extension just yet.

Pogba has been a topic of transfer speculation all summer with Paris Saint-Germain reportedly in talks with his representatives over a £43m move. According to Sky Sports, Pogba has reportedly said he loves United, but admitted that his next contract is likely to be his last.

The report adds that Pogba has a great relationship with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has been impressed with United's new signings and is "excited by the direction" the club looks to be taking. However, the report also states that Pogba has made it clear that he will take his time over signing a new deal.

The Frenchman is in the final year of his contract, and as he continues to delay signing a new deal, United have been urged to offload the 28-year-old this summer for fear of losing him for free next year.

When about his contract situation last month, Pogba said: "I have one year left on my contract, everyone knows that. There have been no concrete proposals for extensions. I'm still in Manchester."

Pogba made 42 appearances for United last season, scoring six goals and notching eight assists as United finished second on the Premier League table.

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