Manchester United Midfielder, Paul Pogba Reveals Plans For Next Summer When His Contract Expires As He’s Reportedly Weighing Up His Options.
One man who could soon be leaving Manchester is Paul Pogba, whose contract expires next summer, with Europe’s elite on alert.
The player Who joined United in the summer of 2016 for a record fee of £89m has only one year on his contract.
Talks over his extension has stalled as he considers Manchester United previous renewal offer not concrete.
The France international has been speaking about his future while preparing for EURO 2020 and has played down reports of a switch to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
“I have one year left on my contract, everybody knows that. I have not yet had a concrete contract extension offer,” the Parisian native said via Get Football News France.
“I do not want to hear: ‘He is not focused on the Euros because he is thinking about his future.’ I have more experience than before.
“I am focused on the present,” he continued.
“I have an agent [the loose-lipped Mino Raiola] to deal with all of that.”
When asked if he’d spoken to PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the midfielder replied: “I don’t have his number.”
Pogba impressed at the back end of the most recent campaign, playing a key role in United’s second-place PL finish and run to the aforementioned final.
The 24-year-old’s current deal ends in the summer of 2023.