Phil Neville says he is confident Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United for years to come after the French midfielder found a different aura in the side that he returned to since his lay off stint months ago.

Pogba had appeared for the club since September as the Premier Leagueprepared for its return earlier this month and despite being the club’s A-list player, it felt as though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had moved on and was planning for life without him.
The 27-year-old engineered moves away from Old Trafford in 2018 and 2019, while Juventus and Real Madrid were both linked with a move for him before the Corona Virus hit.
However, the virus has had financial implications on football across the globe, which means large transfers are not expected to move around this summer.
While that’s clearly a problem for Pogba’s supposed desire to exit, Neville believes United’s success and the transfer of Bruno Fernandes is also important and he feels Pogba will now stay to prove himself at the Stretford End.
Look before the lockdown I would have said definitely he would leave the club but I think the situation has altered,’ Neville said.
“It’s a different setting now. I think with the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and the way they’re playing [is positive].” He added.
With the current setup at Old Trafford, Pogba is expected to commit and contribute more. He has the natural ability but he must remain consistent.The economic situation has changed drastically but for Paul Pogba, staying at Manchester United and proving himself to become a great at the club thathe joined at 14 years of age still remains a dream.
Pogba has also returned to the side with more agency following his six-month injury lay-off and is looking for a way to remind everyone how good he is.The Frenchman appears pumped by the side’s progress since he last appeared in December and there are already signs of an emerging brotherhood with Fernandes.