Manchester United star Paul Pogba have threatened to quit the club just three months ago, but the French now looks set to complete a U-turn and stay at Old Trafford.
According to the Sun, Pogba has told club bosses he intends to stay after private talks with interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
An insider at Old Trafford said: “Pog has told Ole he has no intentions of leaving. They have had some lengthy chats together. His head has been cleared after a testing time and he is showing the ability we all know he has now. He is not for sale at any price and we have made that clear. Pog is the future of this club and is not going anywhere.”
The World Cup winner has two years remaining on his current deal, but the club are understood to be in no rush to secure a long-term extension given they still have the option to activate an extra 12 months.