Pogba’s contract expires tomorrow, and his future is the focus of attention. Suo Shuai now confirmed that Pogba will stay at Manchester United for another two years
Solskjaer said at the press conference: "Pogba is our player and he will stay here for two years. Paul is doing his best for us. In the next few years, we believe we can get from him. The biggest gain."
Pogba’s contract expires tomorrow, but the contract contains a clause that Manchester United can renew its one-year priority. According to Suo Shuai, Manchester United may have activated this clause in the Pogba contract, which means that his contract will not expire until the summer of 2022.
This season, Pogba played in all three of Manchester United's Premier League games, but Manchester United lost 1-6 at home to Tottenham. Pogba, who started the game, has been widely criticized. Not only that, Pogba also said before that playing for Real Madrid is his dream, which caused great controversy.