July 1, 2022
CR7, salary, adaptation: newspaper lists reasons why Pogba wants to renew with United |  english football

CR7, salary, adaptation: newspaper lists reasons why Pogba wants to renew with United | english football

after, after It is close to the endThe relationship between Pogba and Manchester United has strengthened and is about to expand. This is what was indicated by the newspaper “L’Equipe”, Thursday, in a report detailing how the French midfielder came to see his stay at the club with good eyes for a number of reasons: from a good salary to adaptation to Manchester, passing through the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

According to the newspaper, the signing of the Portuguese star made it clear to Pogba that Manchester United is going through times of ambition again and could be among the biggest clubs in Europe – something that has not been achieved since the departure of Alex Ferguson, at the beginning of the last decade.

Paul Pogba has signed with Manchester United until the end of the season – Image: Getty Images

The board’s desire to renew the 28-year-old’s contract will also affect Pogba’s stay. The newspaper notes that managers want to do everything they can to keep the Frenchman in Manchester, even as sports fatigue – led by businessman Mino Raiola – wants to make the midfielder the highest-paid player in Premier League history.

Pogba realizes that their salaries will not easily fit into any salary scale in the world. And in this scenario, there will be quite a few places to go. In addition to wanting to return to France now, where PSG could be a substitute, another team he could sign with who have another focus now, Real Madrid want to invest in Mbappe’s arrival.

L’Equipe emphasized that despite the rapidly changing market dynamics, Manchester United “have the cards on hand to renew with the French star”. Pogba himself had revealed to his family that he sees himself in Manchester for a long time. He has a contract with the club until the end of the current season.

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