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Paul Pogba: Manchester United trigger one-year extension clause in midfielder’s contract

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Pogba recently said it going to be “a dream” to play for Real Madrid one day; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes outsiders are trying to create a division at the club following reports midfielder Bruno Fernandes has just lost faith in his manager.

The 27-years old returned to Old Trafford from Juventus in a then world-record deal in 2016 and he has been the subject of regular speculation ever since.

Pogba’s Old Trafford contract was due to expire next summer but United, as widely expected, have exercised their option to extend the deal by a further year.

The year’s option is a feature built into the majority of contracts United agree with players when they sign, with the club having power of that clause.

The deal is believed to have been triggered before the France World Cup winner fuelled talk about his future during the international break when he spoke up the idea of  playing for real madrid one day.

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