Manchester United finally receive the Paul Pogba news they waited for..
Manchester United face a crucial summer ahead as next stage of rebuild begins.
As Manchester United seek to bridge the gap with Premier League’s pinnacle, the summer transfer window will orchestrate how the journey is covered in the upcoming campaign. The arrival of Jadon Sancho, surely, will be a major boost for the ambitious Reds.
In order to build a successful squad, holding on to the key members is as essential as injecting additional quality into the group of players. Paul Pogba, who has been a subject of constant speculation, is the one who holds the key for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s rebuild plans.
Citing the unique abilities of the World Cup-winning midfielder, Man United’s management has been desperate to build their side around Pogba amid constant flirtations with a move away from Old Trafford.
Since sealing a world-record move- worth £89.3million- back to Manchester United, Paul Pogba has drawn intense scrutiny for his performances being the centrepiece of Reds’ showing under the previous manager Jose Mourinho.
Inconsistent outings coupled with a fractious club-agent relationship meant a move away from Man United for Pogba would suit all parties. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s stringent stance against Mino Raiola and swaying the spotlight away from the Frenchman seem to return dividends.
With a wide-question mark over Red Devils’ direction in the short-term future, Paul Pogba was keen to seek a challenge away amid attractive offers from Real Madrid and Juventus at the table. The transfer was impeded due to the failure of potential suitors to quote a suitable price for the midfield talent.
Twelve months on, the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho’s prospective signing has appealed to the 27-year-old- who recovered in time to help Man United to a third-place finish in the league.
Additionally, Pogba is happy at how the spirit around the club has transformed since the days of Jose Mourinho. Now, the France international believes the club is on the right path with success not for away.