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Ferguson growing tired of United midfielder

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Sir Alex Ferguson continues to do all he can to persuade Paul Pogba to sign a new contract with Manchester United, but is becoming increasingly frustrated with the teenager.

Pogba is out of contract at the end of the season and, despite several offers from United, has yet to agree an extension and is still keeping his options open.

The 19-year-old has frequently been linked with a move to Juventus and, it had been claimed, he was set to seal a move to Turin after agreeing terms with the Serie A club.

However, Ferguson appeared to have persuaded Pogba that Old Trafford was the place for him to further his education, and provided the youngster with a more prominent role in the United first-team.

But, according to the Daily Mail, Ferguson has become exasperated with Pogba as he continues to stall on making a decision regarding his future, although the United boss still wants to keep him in at the club.

Pogba joined Manchester United from Le Havre in 2009, in a deal which caused plenty of controversy, and has made three senior appearances for the 19-time league champions.

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