Manchester United’s Paul Pogba undecided about future as French giants PSG preparing a lucrative deal to sign the midfielder

The 28-year old midfielder only has four months left on his Manchester United contract but wants to leave future undecided until the end of the summer.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba wants to leave his future undecided until the end of the season with Paris Saint Germain well aware of the midfielder’s contract situation and want to sign him on a free transfer in the summer. Pogba who has just four months left on his contract and not yet ruled out on signing an extension at Manchester United.

However the midfielder’s future remains uncertain as Manchester United just like other European clubs enter in the final crucial part of the season. Pogba is free to sign the a pre-contract with another club, however the midfielder returned to full fitness and with that to the starting line up wants to focus on regaining some form and to help the team following his knee injury.

Last week Pogba scored for the first time since 2021 in a 1-1 draw against Burnley in the Premier League. Ralf Rangnick’s formation switch to a traditional 4-3-3 has immensely helped Bruno Fernandes to regain some form and will also help Paul Pogba to play his natural role for the Red Devils. French Giants PSG want to sign the 2018 World Cup winner on a free transfer and reports suggest that the club is ready to offer a lucrative deal to the midfielder.

Paul Pogba 28-year old, is likely to sign his last blockbuster deal if the player decides to make a move to the Parisien club. Though PSG are leading the race the likes of Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona are also monitoring the situation and are likely to make pre-contract offers.

Manchester United once again drop points after a 1-1 draw against Southampton at Old Trafford

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Manchester United players against Southampton in the Premier League

Manchester United yet again surrendered a lead for a third straight game in all competitions as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Southampton at the Old Trafford. Nothing to take away from the Saints as they’ve grabbed 4 points from 2 games against Premier League’s big guns Spurs and Manchester United. A second straight draw in the Premier League leaves Ralf Rangnick’s side in 5th place with 40 points with London clubs Arsenal and Spurs having 2 games in hand. United also take on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 next week.

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