Pogba non-committal about Man United future

Pogba non-committal about Man United future

Pogba non-committal about Man United future

The World Cup victor returned of United's training camp days before the start of the new Premier League season.

The 25-year-old was made United captain for the opening two Premier League games this season in the absence of regular skipper Antonio Valencia and he scored two goals.

Pogba has called a truce with Jose Mourinho after agreeing to remain with United in January - but admitted that circumstances could change later in the season.

Mourinho and Pogba have endured a strained relationship over the past campaign with the France global heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford over the summer. "I'm trying to do my job and work on myself physically".

The midfielder is now on global duty with France and is primed to play a key role in Les Bleus' Nations League fixture against Germany in Munich on Thursday, having stressed the importance for the World Cup winners to behave in an exemplary fashion as role models .

Speaking to Sky Sports Germany before his national side's Nations League game against Germany, Pogba sparked speculation over his United future, saying: "My future is now in Manchester". "I still have a contract".

On Wednesday, Pogba fuelled speculation when he said: "Who knows what will happen in the next few months".

Speaking about his relationship with coach Jose Mourinho, he said: "We have a pure coach-player relationship". That's how it is.

"One thing I can promise - I will always give it 100 percent, regardless for which coach".

Pogba and United are back in Premier League action on September 15 when they visit Watford.

The former United youth player returned to the club on a five-year deal after four years with Juventus, signing for a then world record £89m fee in 2016.

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