Paul Pogba Opens Up Option To Stay At Manchester United, Depends On New Coach


Manchester United (MU) midfielder Paul Pogba admits there is still a possibility for him to stay at Old Trafford. The Frenchman insists he will give the new Red Devils manager a chance to influence his decisions for next season.

The midfielder who is again a Juventus transfer target will expire on June 30, 2022 and can leave on a free transfer. So the possibility of the French player leaving is easier.

Speaking to RMC Sport after Manchester United ‘s 3-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League, Sunday (13/3/2022) early morning WIB, Paul Pogba answered his future at Old Trafford.

When asked about the possibility that the new manager who replaces Ralf Rangnick will influence his decisions regarding the future, Pogba replied: “It’s possible, there is a choice the coach will make.”

Paul Pogba has yet to agree on a contract extension at Manchester United . This is because the French player has an option to leave Old Trafford once his contract expires.

Juventus and PSG Monitor | Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United was monitored by a number of big clubs. As reported by Italian Football , Juventus want to bring Pogba back to Turin.

In addition, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is also a candidate to be able to get Paul Pogba’s signature. This has become a rumor that accompanies the issue that the French capital club is planning to bring Zinedine Zidane to the Parc des Princes.

As a French player, Paul Pogba only had a career in his homeland when he was still at the academy level. Of course PSG will also be an attractive destination for Pogba for the first time in his career in his own country at a professional level.

Pogba’s Career Traces | Paul Pogba is a Manchester United academy dropout, who joined in 2009 until finally getting the chance to break into the MU first team in 2011 to 2012.

After that, Pogba was bought by Juventus in 2012 and became a mainstay in the midfield that presented several trophies for the Bianconeri until 2016.

Pogba then returned to Manchester United in 2016 and has remained until now, where his contract expires in the summer of 2022.

After returning to Old Trafford, Pogba only led MU to win the League Cup in 2016/2017 and won the Europa League trophy in the same year.