Mourinho remains mum on Pogba, who says yes to staying at Juventus

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Pogba has been the talk of the town in recent weeks, with multiple sources claiming a deal with the English giants is imminent, while Real Madrid remain in the hunt as well.

Speaking after Wayne Rooney’s testimonial match – a 0-0 draw with the striker’s former club Everton – United coach Mourinho refused to divulge much regarding Pogba’s possible return to old Trafford, yet promised one more signing before the end of the transfer window.

“We are going to sign one more player, that’s for sure,” Mourinho said. “I don’t want to speak about Paul because he is a Juventus player and I don’t like other managers speaking about my players. I don’t speak about their players but the reality is we are going to sign one more player.

“The market closes on 31 August so we have plenty of time to do that but obviously I would like to do it before the Premier League starts.”

Meanwhile, Pogba himself has raised further speculation regarding his future, after it was reported that while on holiday in America, a fan asked him if he was going to stay at Juventus, to which the 23-year-old replied “yes”.

Pogba still has another three years left on his contract in Turin.