Paul Pogba talks future; Report says Manchester United ‘pushing’ for deal


Paul Pogba was a significant part of France’s stunning comeback to beat Belgium 3-2 in a UEFA Nations League semifinal on Thursday.

Kevin De Bruyne set up two goals including a Romelu Lukaku tally, but Kylian Mbappe had a goal and an assist before Theo Hernandez set up a final versus Spain with his 90th-minute winner.

Pogba was happy with the win but the post-match interview quickly turned to his old stamping grounds of Juventus, the location of Thursday’s match (Sunday’s final will be staged in Milan)

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“I always talk to the Juve players,” Pogba said. “I am in Manchester, I have a year left at Manchester United and then we’ll see. I want to do well as long as I’m at Manchester and then we’ll see.”

Transfer buzz aficianado Fabrizio Romano has a bit of a non-update update on Pogba’s status, saying a new, rich contract at Old Trafford has been on the table for some time.

According to Romano, Man United has been “pushing for months” for Pogba to make a decision.