Paul Pogba is ready to sign a new contract at Manchester United, extending his contract with four seasons until the summer of 2025, reports the Sun. The 27-year-old’s future at Old Trafford was in doubt after he failed to make an appearance for United since Boxing Day, but since the Premier League restart he has been in good form.
Pogba has featured in every match as Manchester United have stretched their unbeaten run to 19 games. And it is now believed that Pogba is set to commit his future to both the club and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s project. However, if United fail to qualify for the Champions League, Pogba could still decide he wants to move.
United are currently in fifth place on the Premier League table and have the same amount of points of Leicester City, while Chelsea have a one point lead and sit in third. United will be playing West Ham United at Old Trafford next week, while Leicester City and Chelsea will respectively play Tottenham Hotspur (away) and Liverpool (away).
On the final day of the season United will then have an away game at Leicester City, which will be the decisive match between the two clubs. Chelsea will close the season with a home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers. With a possible new deal for Pogba looming, it will be very important for United to continue their unbeaten run, while winning at least one game.