Paul Pogba, Manchester United start was a key figure as France won the World in 2018 but has denied reports he will not play for his country again.
The star player is not quitting international football as a relation to statements by French President Emmanuel Macron saying that Islam was the source of international terrorism.
However, Pogba has no intention of quitting the French international team.
Pogba was a part of the 2018 World Cup-winning squad. He has scored 10 goals for the national team since his debut in 2013.
Pogba who is a practicing Muslim has never decided to quit the national side in the wake of the widespread outrage over Macron’s comments.
Paul Pogba Is Not Given Up On Manchester United
Paul is a world Cup winner, has always loved playing for his country. In 2019, Paul Pogba revealed why he changed to Islam.
He said:” It’s everything. That makes me thankful for everything.”
“It made me change and realize things life, It makes me more peaceful inside of me.”
It was a good change in my life because I wasn’t born a Muslim, even if my mum was.”
Paul Pogba has featured in the recent fixtures this month. The United midfielder has 72 French caps and 10 goals.
He made his international debut back in 2013 and went to win the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The next international break is next month with the reigning World champs having three games against Portugal, Sweden, and Finland.
Meanwhile, The football player has not started for Man United line up in the last three matches in order to fully recover to full fitness.
In the Manchester United last three matches at Newcastle, he has, however, come in as a second-half substitute.
His fitness was hindered after contracting the deadly coronavirus in August, but Solskjaer says the player is still getting better.