Paul Pogba set to sign five-year contract?
Manchester United are on the cusp of rewarding Paul Pogba with a new and improved contract, a report from The Sun claims.
The midfielder's future has been regularly discussed in the media over the past couple of seasons amid the interest from Real Madrid and Juventus.
Neither of those clubs have made a serious attempt to land his services and The Sun claims that the Frenchman is now prepared to extend his United stay.
Pogba has formed a fruitful partnership alongside Bruno Fernandes since the season resumption and that has contributed to the club's impressive form.
He is currently in advanced negotiations with the club over the personal terms and they are aiming to announce an agreement by the end of the season.
Pogba had an off-game against Southampton last weekend. He will be hoping to redeem himself when United face Crystal Palace tonight.
The club are presently only goal difference behind Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City in the pursuit of the final Champions League spot.