Red Devil’s star Paul Pogba has insisted no decision has been made on his future, but said departing Manchester United for the international team with France has handed him a boost.
The France midfielder Pogba is in the final months of his contract and speculation suggests he will depart Old Trafford on a free transfer.
Pogba says not fighting for trophies with United has made him sad, and that the managerial upheaval – with Ralf Rangnick replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – has not made things easy for the Red Devils.
“Nothing is decided on my future, nothing is done.”
“I can decide tomorrow, just as I can decide during the transfer window.
“I want to bounce back and finish the season well.”
In what has been an injury-hit season for the 29-year-old, Pogba admits swapping club for country is a boost.
“You have to tell the truth: there were difficult times, especially when I was in Manchester,” he said.
“When I’m not playing or when the results are not there, coming here gives you a boost.”
Reflecting on the current campaign, in which Pogba has scored only one goal,
“It’s hard to judge this season because there have been a lot of events, between the change of coach, the injuries.
“The season is not over yet, but almost. We don’t have any trophies to play for.
I want to win trophies, to play for something. In recent years, we haven’t won any trophies, that is what’s sad.”