2018 World Cup winner Paul Pogba has sent a message to Barcelona to informed them that he will remain at Manchester United this season, according to reports in France.
The 25-year-old midfielder returned to Old Trafford in his second spell in 2016 for a then-world record fee but France international is already being linked with a departure to Nou Camp this summer.
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Pogba has mixed campaign last season with rumored that he fell out with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and reports claim he was keen to move quit Old Trafford.
RMC report that despite interest from the La Liga Champions the France man hinted will stay put with Red Devils this season and enjoy a successful campaign with the Portuguese coach.
The report also says that a meeting between Pogba and Les Blues manager Didier Deschamps earlier in the year has influenced the midfielder of wanting to remain with 20 times Champions
Manchester United host Leicester City on Friday night in the new Premier League season for the 2018-19 season with Pogba could be named on the substitute bench after World Cup winner returned to training on Monday.