Paul Pogba’s Manchester United future has been up in the air for quite some time. He has been rumoured to be on the move from United, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
The Frenchman is currently with the national team for the European Championship, and there have again been fresh rumours linking him to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Paul Pogba has now opened up about his future as he told RMC Sport.
“I have a year of contract left, everyone knows that”, he recalls about a possible extension to Manchester United, which he had found in 2016. Pogba also specifies that there is “no concrete proposal yet” since the defeat against Villarreal: “We finished the season with the Europa League, after that we had the holidays. I did not sit down with Edu Woodward (vice-president of the club) and the coach, we haven’t talked. I’m still in Manchester. “
Paul Pogba will therefore put his future on hold throughout the European Championship, which begins this Friday: “The only thought I have for the future is the Euro, it is to concentrate on the competition. I have a little more experience than before. Everything that is club, when there are competitions like that, I avoid. That’s why I have an agent, he takes care of all that.”