That is the view of former Arsenal star Robert Pires, who says that the France international has “unfinished business” at Old Trafford.
The midfielder’s time at United has not been a huge success despite showing glimpses of what he can do to fans.
Pogba moved to Old Trafford from Juventus for a then world record £89m from Juventus in 2016.
And Pires thinks that his Manchester United story has not yet been written, insisting that he should repay the club’s faith in him.
“My view about Paul Pogba is that he’s a great player, but I also know that last season especially was very difficult for him,” Pires said.
“A lot of people just talk about the transfer because Manchester United spent a lot of money.
“It is one of the best and biggest clubs in the world – and he has unfinished business”
“So maybe that was difficult for him to handle, particularly at the beginning. But for me, the most important thing is for him to continue at United.
“It is one of the best and biggest clubs in the world – and he has unfinished business.
“The reason United spent such a huge amount of money on him is that they believed a lot in Paul because he can be a real leader for their team.
“When the club spend a lot of money like this for you, it’s because they have faith in you.
“That’s why it’s very important to have this point in your head. I know Paul is very intelligent about this.
“They have invested a lot in him, so I believe it’s very important that he stays at United and delivers what they know he can produce.”
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a huge rebuild on his hands this summer but with only Europa League football to offer potential targets next season, bringing in the quality needed could be difficult.
The Norwegian does want to keep Pogba and Pires says that the midfielder still has football to play in the Premier League.
“I know Madrid and Zidane want Paul and that may be hard for him to resist,” he added.
“United will play in the Europa League next season and every player wants to play in the Champions League. Maybe Paul wants to win this competition with Madrid. But I think he has football to play in the Premier League.”