France midfielder Paul Pogba is getting closer to renewing his contract at Manchester United. After being benched by Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given the former Juventus man a starting berth and he's responding with good performances.
Pogba's future seems like it will remain at Old Trafford. He had decided to listen to offers to leave but now happy again, Ed Woodward is now trying to extend his contract beyond 2021, when the current deal expires.
Pogba's form speakes for itself. He has five goals and four assists in the last six games. It took him just six minutes to score against Brighton.
He has greater freedom with Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera behind him and won a penalty which he dispatched as United kept up their recent good form to win 2-1 against the Seagulls.