Manchester United in talks with Sancho

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There was an aloof "We don't know what the future holds", but such words have become so common among modern footballers not wishing to close doors on themselves, even 10 or more years down the line.

Why is he so outspoken about one of United's European rivals?

Pogba has shone for United in the second half of the season, notching up nine goals and seven assists under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

It is believed that United tried to sign the former Bayern Munich man when they were under the management of David Moyes as well as Jose Mourinho. The only way it can be true is if Pogba has incredibly low standards, which he clearly does not.

The Frenchman's improvement in form since the arrival of caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has led to reports linking the World Cup victor with a move to Real Madrid in the summer.

"Paul will be a United player for a long time, as long as he and the club want to be together".

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At the weekend we covered claims from Marca's editor about Paul Pogba and a potential Manchester United exit.

A report published over the weekend by the Daily Mirror purporting to reveal how much every United player earns, with Pogba said to be on £290,000 per week.

Manchester United are set to rekindle their interest in Real Madrid midfielder, Toni Kroos, after the German reportedly deciding to leave the La Liga side in the summer.

Jadon Sancho dropped a sneaky transfer hint on social media (maybe?) about rumours linking him with a move to Manchester United, after retweeting an interview with Rio Ferdinand suggesting that the winger should move to Old Trafford. Mino Raiola had played an important role in the transfer.

"It's obviously a question that Paul Pogba has been asked".