Paul Pogba's Manchester United Future To Be Decided In The Summer
Paul Pogba's future won't be decided until the end of the season, with Manchester United shelving talks until the end of their title race.
They say a week is a long time in football and Paul Pogba has proven exactly how long a month is in the sport, completely turning things around at United in that time.
Back in December the Frenchman, and more specifically his agent, caused outrage at Old Trafford when Mino Raiola claimed his client no longer wanted to be at the club.
It came the day before United needed to earn a point away to RB Leipzig to qualify from their Champions League group, which Solskjaer's side went on to lose.
At that point there barely seemed a way for the former Juventus player to make his way back into Solskjaer's plans for the first team for the rest of the season, but things have changed a lot.
In the past few games Pogba has turned things around, as have United, and his goals against Burnley last week and Fulham on Wednesday have taken the team to the top of the table.
Given the previous outburst, and the fact Pogba's contract expires next summer, it's still expected he will leave the club this year.
However, according to the Daily Mail, all talks about the 27-year-old's future have been put on hold until the summer.
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The report also claims that all options remain available, meaning he could stay for the final year of his deal, leave or even sign a new deal.
Back in December the World Cup winner found himself on a list of least minutes in the league per mistake, as he found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
A change in role for Solskjaer's side, often playing further forward for the manager who also managed him previously for the club's under 21s, has seen a complete change in fortune for everyone.
The loss to Leipzig had left Solskjaer's future at the club also in question but with a run of 13 Premier League games in-a-row without losing, extending their undefeated away record to over a year, he has led the club to top.
They are now in an exciting title race with local rivals Manchester City and Liverpool, as well as former champions Leicester City.
If Pogba helps lead the club to their first league title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired he may not want to leave after all.
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