Midfielder Paul Pogba says he has not decided his future at Premier League club Manchester United even though his contract expires in June 2022.
Quoted from football-italy, Monday (28/3), Pogba said he could decide tomorrow or in the summer, but now he is more focused on ending the season in the best way.
“My target is to play in the World Cup and hopefully win it for the second time in a row,” Pogba told TeleFoot.
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Pogba continued to speak about the current situation at Manchester United. According to him, there have been many changes in the team, including injured players this season.
He admitted it was difficult to judge Manchester United this season and explained that he felt sad because his team failed to win any titles in the last few seasons.
“I want to win titles and compete for something, but this season we’ve been knocked out of everything and Manchester United haven’t calmed anything down in years. It’s very sad,” Pogba explained.
Pogba is believed to be in demand by Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and his former club, Juventus, for a summer signing if he does not end up extending his contract at Manchester United.
Pogba had defended Juventus from 2012 to 2016 before finally deciding to move to Manchester United for 105 million euros or around Rp. 1.6 trillion.
During his time at Manchester United, Pogba was recorded to have played 229 matches and contributed 39 goals and 51 assists. In addition, he also contributed an English League Cup and Europa League titles. (Ant/OL-1)