Paul Pogba has suggested that he is keen on to remain at Man Utd next campaign.
Having used the enforced lockdown to fully recover from any lingering injury issues, Pogba has established himself as a key member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
Despite moving up the pecking order, the 27-year-old midfielder has only one year left on his current deal, with the Red Devils possessing the option to extend his existing terms for one more year.
Although the North-West heavyweights are yet to activate that clause, the World Cup-winning midfielder has hinted that he intends to be at the team until at least June 2021.
After United qualified for the Champions League on Sunday, Pogba wrote on Twitter: “Let’s gooooooo, Champions League baby.”
The 2-0 win over Leicester City ensured that the Red Devils ended the English top-tier in the third position meaning that they are going to the Champions League next campaign.
Manchester United have signed Bruno Fernandes during the January transfer window and Portuguese midfielder has had a huge impact on their game helped to finish in top-four.
Solkjaer plans to strengthen his offensive end ahead of the next campaign with both Jadon Sancho and Ferran Torres have bee tipped to make a switch to Old Trafford.