Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been heavily linked to a move away from Old Trafford in the January transfer window but according to the reports emerging from England, the World Cup winner is not keen on a transfer and has decided to stay with the Red Devils. The French star is an important part of the Manchester United squad but is currently out injured since early October. Ed Woodward, Chief Executive of Manchester United has reportedly decided on the future of Paul Pogba and is not willing to sell the superstar in January, despite many big clubs being interested in him. Europa League 2019–20 Result: Mason Greenwood Stars as Manchester United Thrash AZ Alkmaar 4–0.
According to reports from England, Paul Pogba does not intend on forcing a move in the January transfer window regardless of interests from many big clubs mainly record Spanish champions Real Madrid. Zinedine Zidane is very much fond of the midfielder and has tried to sign him on various occasions but it looks like he and the Spanish giants will have to wait till the start of the next season if they want to acquire the services of the French midfielder. Earlier in the week, Ed Woodward said that Pogba is vital to anything United want to achieve as a club, and this is a clear statement that the 26-year-old is not for sale. Football Transfer Updates: Real Madrid All Set to Offer Two Stars in Exchange for Paul Pogba.
Manchester United will face Everton on Sunday with the hopes of cutting the gap between them and fourth-placed Chelsea, The Red Devils will still be without Paul Pogba but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given an update on the midfielders’ injury, saying that he will begin full training from next week and is expected to return before the New Year starts. United’s fixture's in that time are against Watford and Newcastle, and they look like the best matches in which Paul Pogba can ease himself into the team.