Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba might consider signing a new contract due to the arrival of Bruno Fernandes, according to reports.
Pogba implicitly stated his desire to leave the club for a new challenge last summer but he remained at Old Trafford at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's behest. Pogba's contract at United is up at the end of next season but United have the option extend his deal by a further year. The MEN understands United are relaxed over the Frenchman's future.
The Daily Mail say the outlook on Pogba's United career is more positive as a result of the team's Fernandes-inspired resurgence at the beginning of 2020.
United were unbeaten in 11 games prior to the postponement of the season and could secure a return to the Champions League if they finish the season in a similar vein.
The report claims Pogba believes his partnership with Fernandes in the engine room can spark further improvements for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. Should they flourish in the coming weeks, it is claimed that there is likely to be a willingness from all parties for Pogba to pen an extension beyond 2022.
Elsewhere, United have reportedly held talks with the agent of Benfica wonderkid Florentino Luis.
The midfielder has been tipped for a bright future and has made seven league appearances this season.
ESPN claim United officials held talks with his agent, Bruno Carvalho Santos, in January over a switch in the upcoming transfer window.
United face competition from AC Milan, Bayer Leverkusen and Real Betis in order to sign the Portugal U20 international.
MEN Sport understand Solskjaer is firmly focused on signing priority targets Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and Jude Bellingham.