Selasa, 13 Mac 2012

Pogba agrees new deal at Manchester United

The French midfielder looks set to sign a new contract to stay with the Red Devils after speculation had linked him with a move to Italian side Juventus from Old Trafford 


Paul Pogba - Manchester United (Getty Images)

Paul Pogba has agreed to sign a new contact to remain at Manchester United following his appearance against West Brom in the Premier League, according to Sky Sports.

The 18-year-old’s future at the Red Devils has been in doubt, with his contract due to expire at the end of the season, and he was linked with a potential move to Italian giants Juventus.

Pogba’s agent previously described his position at Old Trafford as "precarious", which fuelled speculation that he was set for a move away from the club.

The Frenchman was also left out of the United squad in their recent Europa League clashes against Ajax and Athletic Bilbao.

However, the youngster returned to the Red Devils side that beat West Brom on Sunday, appearing as a second-half substitute to replace Paul Scholes.

And, speaking after the game, Ferguson confirmed that Pogba was in his plans and reiterated his belief that the midfielder has a bright future.

The Scot told MUTV: “The boy is still trying to make his mind up but he knows where he should be and he has shown today the potential he has got. He is a first team player, there is no question about that.”

The former Le Havre player has made just five appearances this season after making his debut against Leeds earlier in the campaign.


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