Paul Pogba hints at Manchester United stay

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The World Cup victor has formed a promising midfield partnership with new signing Bruno Fernandes since the Premier League resumed following lockdown.

"Of training course we want to keep the finest players close to the club and with any luck, we can do anything", explained Solskjaer.

Linking back to the earlier point about leading and moulding younger players, Matic touched on the youth in the squad: "We have a young team but we have a few experienced players who try to help the young ones to improve". We also need another class of footballers, so I hope we can do something.

"Since Paul has come again he's looking superior and better. He's enjoying his football and let's see where it takes us", Solskjaer said.

Manchester United have reportedly "opened talks" with Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, over a new deal with the France worldwide as they bid to secure his long-term future, a major boost to the club's plans given the uncertainty surrounding his future in recent months and years.

"We've always said he's got that quality but he never wanted to be that leader at Man United, he doesn't have to be now and he looks like he's enjoying himself a bit more'".

'Every time any player plays against Man United it's a challenge because first of all Man United is a good team but also the whole world is watching. "All this together has put us where we are today".

"I think Pogba will enjoy Maguire coming in, showing different leadership skills, Fernandes as well on the pitch".

Paul Pogba hints at Manchester United stay
Paul Pogba hints at Manchester United stay

This season, despite playing as a sub in most of the games, the 18-year-old has managed to score 15 goals in just 41 matches across all competitions, two of which came last weekend against AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League.

"You just keep applauding, and it's lovely, they make me enjoy football every time".

"To become a top, top team we just need to forget about the last game".

"I think that we have a ideal mix of players and that can help us in the future, for sure".

"You have to keep this mentality, keep a clean sheet too... we want to keep working on this and we have the mentality to do it", Pogba concluded.

Manchester United have spent more than £1 billion on new players over the past nine years.

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