Former Manchester United player Phil Neville is confident Paul Pogba will stay at Old Trafford after being impressed with the positive changes at the club since he returned to since his six-month injury lay-off.
The World Cup winner was eager to leave the club with Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Real Madrid both heavily linked with a move for him before the pandemic hit.
However, the pandemic has had widespread financial implications on football across the world, meaning large transfers are not expected to occur this summer.
Neville also believes United’s progress and the arrival of Bruno Fernandes has persuaded Pogba to stay to prove himself at the Theatre of Dreams.
“Look before the shutdown I would have said definitely he would leave the club but I think the situation has changed,” Neville told Premier League Productions.
“It’s a different dynamic now. I think with the introduction of Bruno Fernandes and the way they’re playing [is positive].
“The way the trajectory of the team is looking I think Pogba might be thinking ‘I think this is a good team to stay and play in’ and to commit more than he has done in the past.
“Yes the economic situation has changed but i still think for Paul Pogba, stay at Manchester United, prove yourself, become a great at the club that you joined at 14 years of age.”