Manchester United has triggered a clause to extend the contract of France World Cup-winning midfielder, Paul Pogba, by one year.
The midfielder had last declared his intention to play for Real Madrid in future.
Pogba’s deal was set to end in June 2021 and the club utilized has no explored the option to extend it for a further year, meaning he is under contract until the summer of 2022, Goal reports.
He had said last summer that “it could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else'” and has repeatedly talked up the possibility of moving to Real Madrid.
He reaffirmed the position while on international duty with the world champions last week.