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(Video) Dressing room footage shows Paul Pogba is a happy guy these days at Manchester United

Manchester United extended their unbeaten run to 16 games with a solid 5-2 win against Bournemouth on Saturday

The Red Devils have recorded four wins since the Premier League restart, with the draw against Tottenham Hotspur on matchday 30 being their only blip.

The resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been a joy to watch for the fans.

The Norwegian has managed to get Paul Pogba doing what he does best, with the Frenchman’s understanding with Bruno Fernandes being one of the driving factors behind their recent success.

However, all the cheerfulness surrounding Pogba these days seemed like a fading dream last year.

Injuries and inconsistency marred the 27-year-old’s time at Old Trafford.

Pogba was regularly linked with a move away from the club with likes of Juventus and Real Madrid interested in the signing.

The rumours revolving around the Frenchman intensified even more after his agent’s anti-Manchester United comments in the media.

Superagent Mino Raiola addressed his client’s situation and heavily criticized United, stating, “Pogba’s problem is Manchester. It is a club out of reality, without a sports project.

-Today I would no longer take anyone there; they would also ruin Maradona, PelĂ©, and Maldini. Paul needs a team and a club, one like Juventus.”

Looking back at the circumstances, the United faithful could thank their boss for turning the tide in favour of the club in Pogba’s case.

According to sources close to ESPN, the former Juventus star finally finds himself at home in Manchester due to his relation with Solskjaer.

Further evidence of his happiness arrived yesterday as Pogba was seen vibing to Wizkid’s number ‘Soco’ in the dressing room after Bournemouth win.

Absolutely loving life at the moment –

https://twitter.com/UtdEIIis/status/1279806917368598528

By Prabhat Vaibhav

A Bavarian through and through.
Always appreciate quality football, wherever it may come from.
Premier League and Bundesliga are my jam.

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