Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba wants to remain at Old Trafford.
The France international midfielder has been the Red Devils record-breaking signing during the 2016 summer transfer window but he has struggled to impress under Jose Mourinho this campaign.
The 24-year-old midfielder has had public spats with Jose Mourinho, with the Red Devils chief benching his star man earlier this campaign after a fall-out.
Man Utd ace has been linked with a switch away from Manchester United in the recent weeks.
Reports last night suggested that Real Madrid, who missed out on Pogba back in 2016 are preparing a mammoth £120m bid to lure Frenchman at Santiago Bernabeu.
However, according to the Daily Telegraph, France international midfielder sees his long-term future at Old Trafford.
They claim that the 24-year-old midfielder wants to work through his differences with Mourinho, despite reports suggesting that he ‘regrets’ joining the Red Devils.
Mourinho still sees Pogba as an integral part of United’s plans.
The Telegraph add that French midfielder feels he’s being played out of position under the Portuguese star.
The Old Trafford ace wants to play on the left of a midfield three, with Mourinho often using his star man in a deeper role.