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Manchester United is relaxed about Paul Pogba ‘s future

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Manchester United is said to be ‘relaxed’ about Paul Pogba ‘s future given the fact that the new midfielder contract at Old Trafford is set to terminate the following summer.

The current contract between France International and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s side is set to end in June 2021, although the twenty-time English champions have the alternative to activate an additional a year.

As of late, the 2018 World Cup champ has been firmly connected to a move away from United, yet it’s unclear whether Real Madrid or Juventus will have the option to afford him on the up and coming market.

According to the Manchester Evening News, there are no real stresses over Pogba ‘s future with the Red Devils because they can guarantee that he stays connected to the club for at least another two years.

The midfielder has made just eight club-level appearances this season because of an ankle injury, which eventually required medical procedure in early 2020.

In any case, during the lockout time frame, the 27-year-old has come back to wellness and is available for the imminent U.S. Chief League challenge to Tottenham Hotspur on June 19.

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