Paul Pogba has changed his stance on wanting to move on from Manchester United, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has played a big role in his deciding to stay.
Pogba now is happy to stay with Manchester United and no longer searching for a move to another club, according to ESPN's Julien Laurens.
The 27-year-old returned to United's lineup in June after several months dealing with an ankle injury. While he was sidelined, Solskjaer defended and praised Pogba and even called him the "best all-around midfielder in the world."
According to Laurens, Pogba's relationship with Solskjaer is strong and now trusts him to build a stronger team moving forward.
Before the Premier League season was suspended in March, all signs pointed to Pogba leaving United and they even had suitors in Real Madrid and Juventus.
Pogba's contract runs through next June, but United have an option to extend it another year. If he truly wants to leave, then a return to Juventus could be in the cards.
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The award was not officially awarded until 1982 when it was called the Golden Shoe. It was renamed in 2010. As of 2010, ties are now broken by assists and playing time.