Pogbas Man Utd career hangs on summer appointment as star quizzed over future

Paul Pogba has hinted his Manchester United future hangs on the appointment of a new manager in the summer.

The French midfielder was quizzed over his future at the club following United's pulsating 3-2 victory at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday night.

Pogba's future with the Red Devils has been the subject of increasing speculation with his current contract set to expire at the end of the season and a new deal yet to be agreed.

Following Saturday's win, though, he admitted that he will not decide his future until the end of the season and the arrival of a new permanent boss.

The 28-year-old has been strongly linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain since last summer, with his contract situation meaning he can agree a free transfer to a foreign club before the end of the season.

Pogba was asked by RMC whether the identity of the next United boss would impact his future at the club, to which he replied: “It’s possible, we’ll see.

"We know that, in regards to the coach, there are things yet to happen. I want to finish the season well and see what happens in the future.”

Ralf Rangnick has been in interim charge at Old Trafford since the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earlier in the season, with a permanent replacement yet to be announced.

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Both Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag have been strongly linked with the job since Rangnick's arrival at the start of December.

Pogba was also asked about United's league position as they chase a top four finish, insisting: “It’s not over yet, there are still games to go, this is an important victory for us to redouble our effort and aim for the top 4. We must continue this momentum.”

Saturday's 3-2 win over Spurs allowed United to climb back into the top four with nine games remaining this season.

United sit two points ahead of Arsenal, although the Gunners have four games in hand in the race for Champions League qualification.

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