Since then, it appears as though Morrison wasn’t offered a new contract, with United becoming fed up with his failure to attend training and drama that followed him, whilst Pogba has been given a chance with the first team. During a brief cameo against Stoke, Pogba showed for the first time why there has been so much hype surrounding him and it looks as though the club will ensure Europe’s top clubs don’t get their hands on him.
United have the option to extend his contract for a further year this summer although it is likely we will agree terms on a new deal. Pogba is happy to bide his time at United given he is learning so much from being in the squad.
“It’s very good,” he told the official site. “Just to train with the talented players, top-class players, and improve and get more experience. When I’m on the bench, I just watch and want to play with them and get involved. Like against Liverpool, it was a great chance for me to be on the bench. I hope I will come on and do my best and show everyone what I can do.”
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