Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, on Saturday, became the first Red Devils player to register four assists in a single Premier League game following his side’s 5-1 win over Leeds United at Old Trafford.

Pogba gave four assists as a hat-trick from Bruno Fernandes and a strike each from Mason Greenwood and Fred gave Man United all three points against Leeds.

The France international will now hope to continue his impressive display for Man United when they take on Southampton in their next fixture on August 22.

The midfielder is yet to sign a new contract with Man United and his current deal will expire next year.

Speaking about Pogba’s future at his pre-match press conference, Man United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, said: “It’s been spoken and written about so often but every discussion I have had with Paul is a positive one.

“He knows what we want and hopefully, it stays in the background and Paul and us will make a decision together.

“It (the situation) will always be like this with Paul – he’s a media’ magnet’.”

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