Paul Pogba 'close to new five-year Manchester United deal'
Manchester United are reportedly close to extending Paul Pogba 's contract until the end of the 2024-25 campaign.
Since revealing more than a year ago that he wished to take on a new challenge, Pogba has been frequently linked with a switch to Real Madrid or Juventus.
However, since fully recovering from injury during the enforced break due to the coronavirus pandemic, the World Cup winner has impressed alongside Bruno Fernandes.
With United seemingly having a more promising future with the pair present in the starting lineup, The Sun claims that Pogba has performed a U-turn.
The report says that the Frenchman is on the brink of penning a five-year deal, tying him to United until after his 32nd birthday.
The Premier League giants allegedly hope to announce the agreement at the end of the season.