Paul Pogba talks about his future with Manchester United

Paul Pogba started in the heart of Manchester United's midfield in Saturday's draw against Manchester City.

Paul Pogba started in the heart of Manchester United’s midfield in Saturday’s draw against Manchester City (Image: Getty)

Paul Pogba claims he is ‘1000% involved’ at Manchester United, downplaying suggestions that his future is far from Old Trafford.

Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has repeatedly fanned rumors that the 27-year-old was ready to leave United, speaking in an interview on the eve of the Champions League clash at RB Leipzig about the unhappiness of your customer.

Raiola claimed the midfielder would not sign a new deal beyond 2022, which saw United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer respond after the costly 3-2 loss in Germany and said he hoped the agent would pick up on that soccer is about teams rather than individuals.

Pogba came off the bench in Leipzig on Tuesday night and returned to the starting eleven for Saturday’s Premier League goalless clash with rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford.

Later on Saturday night, Pogba posted a message on Instagram suggesting that he had no intention of going anywhere anytime soon.

“I have always fought and will always fight for Manchester United, my teammates and the fans,” said Pogba. ‘Blah blah is not important. The future is far away, today is what matters and I am 1000% involved!

“Always strong together… everything has been clear between the club and me and that will never change. When you do not know what is going on inside, do not speak with your hand, speak the truth, or remain silent.

Despite his protests, former United captain Roy Keane believes it is time for Pogba to part ways with the club he rejoined in the summer of 2016.

“There comes a point where United has to say now,” he told Sky Sports. “It’s no big deal that the players wanted to leave United before, Daivd Beckham wanted to leave, Peter Schmeichel wanted to leave and these are all club legends.

Does Pogba want to go? Let him fetch a few shillings in January or summer, no big deal. If he leaves again, Man Utd will survive, believe me. ‘

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