Paul Pogba hints he’s staying at Manchester United with latest tweet

While rumors continue to fly he may be leaving Manchester United, Paul Pogba seems to have put an end to things on Twitter. 

It’s been a wild week in terms of soccer news around the globe. First, Romelu Lukaku landed with Chelsea, while Lionel Messi is officially leaving Barcelona in a move that has broken millions of hearts all over Spain. Next up, could Paul Pogba be on the move?

The superstar midfielder has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford throughout the summer. However, Pogba took to Twitter on Sunday and hinted that he’s not going anywhere, as he’s pumped for the new season.

Paul Pogba sure looks like he’s ready to stay at Manchester United this season

Earlier this week, reports came out from France stating that Paris Saint-Germain were ready to put a big-time offer on the table for Pogba. With that said, Manchester United would want top dollar for the man who’s considered one of the best players in the world.

The issue Manchester United has here is that Pogba is in the last year of his contract with the club. Seeing him leave for free next summer would be a massive blow. They’ve offered Pogba a contract extension and he’s reportedly assessing all of his options.

With United bringing in Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane this transfer window, the team is clearly moving in the right direction toward getting back in the title hunt. They’ll of course need Pogba on the pitch for them in order for that to happen.

United hasn’t won a trophy since the 2017 Europa League win. Fans are hoping that can change this season. With Pogba looking like he’s going to stay, the Red Devils will surely be a club to watch moving forward.

Source: FanSided

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