Manchester United star Paul Pogba has made a u-turn on his future at Old Trafford and is now open to signing a new long-term contract at the club.
The 27-year-old rejoined the club for a then-world record fee of £89million but he’s requested to leave the Red Devils in two of the last three summer transfer windows.
Those requests have been blocked by United’s board, who feared an exodus if their star man was allowed to leave while the clubs was in transition.
However, the Telegraph claims that Pogba came to an informal agreement with United’s board in 2019 that would have allowed him to leave this summer if a ‘suitable’ offer arrived. (Metro)