​Manchester United's star midfielder Paul Pogba insisted that he would continue to play for the English club despite being linked with Paris Saint-Germain. Pogba has had a less-than-productive season with United, which ended with a loss against ​Chelsea in the final of the FA Cup.


The player also had a few disagreements with manager Jose Mourinho throughout the season, which even saw him being benched for a few games in the new year. Rumours have been swirling that the Frenchman is looking for an exit from Manchester United and that PSG could be his next destination.


However, Pogba, while not completely ruling out the possibility of playing for PSG, insisted that he will remain at United.


"My presence at the Eiffel Tower has nothing to do with PSG," Pogba told Canal+, according to ​Goal.



"Why not one day tread the lawn of the Parc des Princes? It's a beautiful stadium.


"I cannot look far. I'm sure, contractually, to stay at Manchester United."


PSG would gladly sign Paul Pogba if they were given the chance, especially considering that it is more than likely they'll lose Neymar to Real Madrid. While nothing has moved in that direction, it has become apparent that the Brazilian has more or less played his first and last season for the French club.


While Pogba may not have had a good season, it would not be a good business deal for Manchester United to lose the player this summer. They'll need all their existing stars along with whoever they decide to bring before the season begins if they are to challenge Manchester City for ​​Premier League title.