- Paul Pogba wants to stay at Manchester United next year
- The Frenchman is not interested in a move to Barcelona
- He is also ready to go for truce with United manager Jose Mourinho
Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba has reportedly assured the club's fans that he will not leave the Premier League side when the January 2019 transfer window opens.
Since last season, the Frenchman and his manager at Old Trafford Jose Mourinho have endured a fractious relationship and he has been linked with a move to Barcelona.
But according to the latest report by Mirror, the former Juventus star is ready to go for truce with Jose Mourinho and will not move to Barcelona next year.
Mourinho handed Pogba the captaincy in the absence of Antonio Valencia earlier in the season in an attempt to show his faith in him.
Paul Pogba's latest decision to stay at Manchester United next year is now expected to be a setback for Barcelona who are planning to sign him in January.
Barcelona chief believe the Frenchman will help their quest to defend their Spanish La Liga title this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how reigning Spanish champions Barcelona were said to have been given the assurances that Frenchman Paul Pogba will join them this season.
Mino Raiola who is the agent of Paul Pogba is said to have assured Barcelona that they have the chance to sign his client in January 2019.
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