Pogba open to new contract talks at Man United

France international, Paul Pogba is ready to sign a contract extension at Manchester United, according to reports.

Rumours have been rife that the midfielder was seeking an exit from Old Trafford with his former club Juventus the most likely destination.

That was when Jose Mourinho was in charge of the Red Devils and the two are understood not to have got along.

Since Mourinho’s sacking, Pogba has found a new lease of life under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has scored five goals in six games.

The Sun report the France World Cup winner is willing to have talks over a new contract, with two years left to run on his current deal.

Pogba is currently United’s second highest paid player on £290,000 a week and reportedly wants a deal to put him somewhere near Alexis Sanchez, who gets up to £505,000 a week.

A source told The Sun: “Pogba’s agent is ready to end the problems he has had with the club over the last few months.

“He wasn’t over much towards the end of last year. There was a big breakdown of relationships while Mourinho was in charge. Raiola wants to talk about his clients ongoing future when all the January business is concluded, which won’t be too much.

“There were talks over whether he would go, but there is no chance of that. He looks like he’s the happiest he has been in a long