Jesse Lingard has put pen to paper on a new four-year contract with Manchester United.
Lingard, who came through the academy system, has agreed a new deal which will keep him at Old Trafford until 2021, with the option to extend for a further year.
The 24-year-old could earn around £100,000 a week and he is understandably delighted.
“I’m obviously over the moon and very happy,” Lingard told United’s official website.
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“Me and my family worked hard to get me to where I am and the hard work now starts again.”
Antoine Griezmann has spoken out again about a move away from Atletico Madrid.
United have made the Frenchman, who has an £86million release clause, their top target.
Despite speculation being rife about a switch to Old Trafford, Griezmann has tried to put the matter to bed.
“It's always the same question and I now don't know what to say,” Griezmann said.
Paul Pogba has been backed to be a future Manchester United captain
“I find myself repeating myself and I certainly see myself here.
“I feel it's an answer that I've given so many times now but that very question is quite tiring.”
Bryan Robson thinks Paul Pogba has what it takes to be a future Manchester United captain.
The former Juventus star has struggled to set Old Trafford alight since joining in a world-record £89m deal last summer.
Mourinho has come out in support of Pogba and Robson has given the Frenchman a ringing endorsement too.
“Mourinho will make that decision regarding who’s captain, but once Paul Pogba is settled into the club again, gets used to the Premier League again, as long as he keeps improving, I think he’s captain material," he told Sport Witness.
“I think Paul works really hard at his game.
“I think he wants to be one of best, if not the best midfielder in the world.”