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MAN. UNITED, Pogba: "My future? Let's let it talk on its own"

12.08.2019 13.52 by Claudio Colla  read 373
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Asked about his future, after Manchester United brilliant PL debut (4-0 over Chelsea at Old Trafford), French international midfielder Paul Pogba (26) told RMC Sport: "I'm always fine, as long as I can play football. Because that's what I love more, and that's my job as well. And I'm going to keep on giving my best effort, any time I'm going to walk on a football ground. Now, I know a lot of words about me rolled on...let's just let the future talk on its own. Now I'm in Manchester, having a good time on the pitch, with my teammates. I want to win every game, and give the best of me".

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