Paul Pogba left Manchester United to join Juventus on a free transfer back when Sir Alex Ferguson was in the managerial hot-seat.
In 2016, the Red Devils broke their transfer record to bring the French international back, however, his performances have been inconsistent. Moreover, in the last two years, he has spent a lot of time on the treatment table.
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The Les Bleus midfielder will be able to leave Old Trafford on a bosman again if he does not extend his stay beyond next summer.
To avoid such a situation this time around, Man Utd have already offered him a mammoth deal worth £500,000 a week as reported by The Sun earlier this month. As per the latest update, the player is prepared to agree terms for renewal but only if one condition is met.
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, the World Cup winning star is willing to play for the club next season as long as Ralf Rangnick is the head coach.
The German manager replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, his interim role will be over at the end of the campaign and it is stated that his vision for the game has won over Pogba. The question is, will United hold on to the former Leipzig boss.
Rangnick has not been backed with funds in the winter transfer window and as per Sport Bild (via Sport Witness), this is a clear indication that the Old Trafford bosses do not plan to sign the manager on a permanent basis.
In your view, is Ralf good enough to bring the glory days back? Should Man Utd offer him a permanent deal in order to hold on to Paul Pogba, who currently earns £15million a year (The Sun)?
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