The Frenchman may also well be open to remaining at Old Trafford no matter speculation that he will be searching to move on in the summer.
Former Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre believes that the club’s latest growth will have long gone a lengthy way to convincing Paul Pogba that he need to stay at Old Trafford.
The 26-year-old – who has been linked with Real Madrid and Juventus – has played simply seven league games this season due to quite a number injury set-backs though he has been touted to make a return to first-team action soon.
The Red Devils are on a 10-game unbeaten run that has considered them haul themselves back in the race for a top-four finish, whilst they’re additionally through to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and have a Europa League last-16 tie to look forward to.
Indeed, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side face LASK on Thursday when they will again be without Pogba however Silvestre thinks the World Cup winner will have been satisfied that the club are now moving forward.
He told NJ Online Gambling: “Whether Paul Pogba stays or goes will remain an unanswered query till the end of the season. The wonderful dynamic in the team at the moment will have convinced him that Manchester United is the proper place to be and they are a club moving forward.
“But there are nevertheless a lot of factors to play for, so it relies upon if the form continues and they manage to get Champions League qualification. Either way, it will be a big positive for United if they manage to hold Pogba for subsequent season.”
Anthony Martial has been flourishing at United in current weeks, with the Frenchman having emerged as the club’s first-choice striker following the long-term injury suffered by Marcus Rashford.
The former Monaco star has scored 4 goals in his final six matches in all competitions and Silvestre thinks the arrival of Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window has helped deliver the best out of Martial.
He added: “Anthony Martial has taken full advantage of his opportunity up the front in the final few weeks. With Marcus Rashford out injured he needed to step up, and he’s been scoring essential goals for the team.
“You can see the upgrades in his finishing and movement up front. An essential factor is Bruno Fernandes as he’s started playing in the back of Martial. It’s supplied him with greater chances and assists than in the past.
“Martial is more than simply a No.9 and if he continues his good form, he’ll be an essential player for France at Euro 2020
He’s a modern striker, so he can play as a winger or as a striker. He’s no longer an old school striker. As he likes to pick up the ball deeper and take on defenders.”