Paul Pogba has now made a new decision about his future at Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
Pogba is now prepared to stay and sign a new contract at Manchester United if Ralf Rangnick gets the job permanently.
The midfielder has not yet played under Rangnick since he took over as interim manager in December.
He is gradually recovering from a thigh injury sustained back in November.
Pogba’s future at United is also uncertain, with only five months left on his current contract.
Also, there has been very little progress in talks on a new contract extension.
MySportDab understands Pogba rejected United’s latest contract offer last summer, and he could now leave again as a free agent.
But, According to The Sun, Pogba has been impressed by interim Coach Rangnick and he is prepared to sign a new deal.
Rangnick is understood to have won him over with his plans for both him and United.
Former United Coaches like Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho failed to get the best out of Pogba during their time at the club.
However, Rangnick has now made a shocking breakthrough with the £89million signing.
The German has been working to convince Pogba that a midfield and team around him will be built in the coming seasons.
There are some top hierarchy members in the Manchester United squad but Pogba is still a key part of the team.
Rangnick’s breakthrough has now given Manchester United some hope, who were resigned to lose their club-record signing.
However, if Pogba returns from injury and performs well until the end of the season, Rangnick could get the full-time job, with Paul also signing a new deal.
Pogba is expected to return back from injury when United play against Burnley on February 8.