Date: 5th August 2021 at 3:46pm
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United revolution may be nearing complete.

The Norwegian boss has been thoroughly supported with the signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane arriving for £73 million and £43 million respectively.

A right midfielder and a central defender were the priority areas the Red Devils wanted to address, and they now boast a first XI which is as good as any other in Europe on paper.

While their second placed finish last season was the best they have recorded under their former striker, they are still yet to complete a season with a major trophy under Solskjaer.

Now Varane’s French colleague Paul Pogba has cast more doubt on his future, saying he wants to make a decision towards the end of the transfer window, according to the Telegraph.

Pogba scored one goal and contributed one assist in Euro 2020

The classy midfielder has been subjected to immense interest from Paris Saint-Germain after his stellar performances at Euro 2020.

With his contract expiring next year, United face a difficult decision where they can either sell Pogba this year for a transfer fee, or hang on to him and lose him for nothing next year.

It’s a very difficult stick or twist position for the board, and it appears Pogba is also unsure of his future himself.

The former Juventus midfielder is understood to want to wait until the end of the window to decide, meaning he will most likely start this season as a United player.

Pogba has made 137 Premier League appearances for United, scoring 28 goals and contributing 32 assists.

 
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