​Paul Pogba has called a truce with boss Jose Mourinho as he accepts the fact that he won't be leaving Manchester United anytime soon, and is reportedly not planning to force through a move in the January transfer window.


As exclusively revealed by the ​Mirror, the World Cup-winning Frenchman has lingering issues with the former ​Chelsea and ​Real Madrid manager but will remain at Old Trafford until next summer at least. 

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Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, attempted to engineer a move for his client in the summer, with ​Barcelona hot favourites to take the Red Devils' record signing off their hands. 


Despite clear tension between Pogba and the Portuguese boss, the 25-year-old has now accepted that he will be staying in Manchester, with United refusing to consider selling their £89m man. 

It is understood that the pair have had 'clear the air' talks regarding the well documented animosity between them. Both have agreed to focus on what's best for ​United this season, and put any talk of a move on hold until the summer. 


The talks seem strikingly similar to when Sir Alex Ferguson made a 'one more season' pact with Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008, before allowing his star man to leave for Real Madrid the following summer for £80m. 

Pogba has allegedly decided to knuckle down and focus on helping the club whose academy he was once a part of, although it is believed that he will be making a fresh push to leave at the end of the season. 


The lure of playing for one of Spain's best clubs, or even a return to his old side ​Juventus, is proving to be too difficult to resist for Pogba, especially whilst his relationship with Mourinho looks to be getting worse.


Pogba's form on the pitch is also a concern, with a dismal showing in the 3-0 loss to ​Tottenham being followed up by a penalty miss against ​Burnley