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Man United to offer lucrative £225,000-a-week deal to superstar

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Paul Pogba to be offered a lucrative new Manchester United contract

According to the Daily Star, Manchester United are set to offer Paul Pogba a lucrative new three-year contract.

It represents a remarkable turnaround for a player who looked to be on his way out just a year ago. Pogba has been excellent since the restart and is once again one of United’s best players.

The arrival of Bruno Fernandes in January can be seen as a pivotal moment of the season. Not only did the Portuguese add quality to the United midfield, but also raised the performance of Pogba. The duo has since gone on to form a solid partnership.

Paul Pogba has enjoyed a new lease of life since the arrival of Bruno Fernandes
Paul Pogba has enjoyed a new lease of life since the arrival of Bruno Fernandes

Currently, Pogba is in the final year of his contract, although United have the option of extending it another year.

Ed Woodward is, however, keen to see his French superstar sign a new three-year deal. This will see the 27-year-old commit to Old Trafford until 2024. (h/t Daily Star)

United are poised to begin negotiations with the player and are willing to make him one of the highest earners in the squad. (h/t Daily Star)

Manchester United to offer Paul Pogba alucrative new contract
Manchester United to offer Paul Pogba alucrative new contract

Money talks!

According to the report, his new terms could see Pogba take home in excess of £225,000-a-week. This represents a significant upgrade on his current deal worth £150,000-a-week.

The Frenchman is said to be happy at the club and is keen on renewing his current deal. The same was confirmed by former United star Louis Saha.

The news is in line with United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s statements regarding the Frenchman’s future.

Pogba is United's record signing
Pogba is United’s record signing

The Norwegian went on to praise Pogba’s work ethic in training and his commitment on the field. He is confident that United are yet to witness the best of the midfield superstar. (h/t Sky Sports)

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Pogba returned to United in 2016 for a club-record fee of £89m. He enjoyed a promising debut campaign but has failed to hit the same heights since.

He has, of late, looked like getting back to his best. With his future secure, he can finally go about fulfilling his potential at Old Trafford.