Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is set to sign a new long-term contract with the Premier League club, MySportDab reports.
According to The Sun, Pogba is close to agreeing a new five-year Manchester United contract, and the contract could be confirmed at the end of the season.
MySportDab understands that the Frenchman has had a shocking change of heart since the Premier League football restart.
Pogba has impressed since the season resumed.
The 27-year-old came back into the team freely and quickly started a good partnership with Bruno Fernandes despite being out for months with injury.
Throughout the first half of the season, there were rumours about his future, and it looked like he would eventually leave.
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But after working with Fernandes for the first time and returning into the team, it is now more likely he will stay.
Pogba is under contract at United until 2021, and the Red Devils have can extend his deal until 2022.
However, the club chiefs are confident he will sign a new five-year contract deal.
Since the football restart, he has scored a goal and provided two assists with his good performance in recent weeks.
Now, he looks ready to end rumours linking him with a Juventus reunion or Real Madrid transfer at the end of the season.
Pogba has started five of Manchester United’s six matches since the restart, but was criticised by fans for his performance in the 2-2 draw on Monday against Southampton.