Updated on September 23rd, 2021 at 09:55 pm
Paul Pogba is forecasted to expand his tenure in Old Trafford with Manchester United’s potential to fight for titles on all fronts presently.
At the end of the 2021-22 season it is out of contract to Pogba, who previously had interest at Paris St-Germain, Juventus, Real Madrid, and Barcelona.
There have been no extensions to talks on a new agreement between United and Agent Mino Raiola of Pogba, but Scholes believes United’s brilliance will persuade the Frenchman to continue.
‘I believe it’s going to stay,’ Scholes said on Saturday night to Prime League Productions.
‘He’s going to, I guess. When he had a team that hadn’t worked as good as he could a few years ago and he has the ability to attack, I think he will contribute a lot to his team with the number of the players he has.
‘He will finally sign a new deal, I think.
‘If the team goes on like this – I don’t want to get too excited – but this is a team able to continue to win trophies and that’s what it wants to do.’
At the opening season Pogba displayed all his abilities by providing four assists in the United 5-1 Leeds route.
In the last two seasons, he managed just four league supports, and was repeatedly criticized in his second United round for lack of consistency.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is aware that he’re going to require Pogba to take on the challenge of Manchester’s champions in this season’s title fight.
Requesting to comment on the work of Pogba, Solskjaer said to BT Sport, ‘I have always enjoyed fantastic relations with Paul, today we have only talked about ‘go and take a dip.’
‘There’s faith in them and the trust of all the best players. I was astonished by his fitness.’ He could make a moment from nothing.
After joining Unit in the Juventus in 2016-17, Pogba hoisted the League Cup and Europa League, but since then the medium-sized £89 million has not won any money.