Manchester United: Huge twist over Paul Pogba’s future


Paul Pogba’s saga at Manchester United continues and there has been another twist in the story according to latest reports.

The will he won’t he saga of Paul Pogba at Manchester United has been a tumultuous and perpetual feature of the club’s season thus far. One paper after another has claimed various different news about his future and it is hard to keep up to date with what the latest stance of the papers.

One thing is clear, Real Madrid are desperately trying to bring the World Cup winner to the Spanish capital.

And it is easy to see why. Paul Pogba is one of the best midfielders in the world on his day. His pace, energy, ball distribution and dribbling as well as his potent shot makes him a formidable talent.

Paul Pogba can do almost anything with the ball. He is a marvel to watch and while his antics off the field haven’t endeared him to the English press, on the field he has been largely excellent for the Red Devils.

But United currently languish in an unfortunate position. The club are in a period of transition under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the trophies Paul Pogba is aiming to win are out of the Red Devils’ reach.

It is why according to many reports Paul Pogba is determined to leave Old Trafford for pastures new. And while recently reports claimed Manchester United were unwilling to let the Frenchman go, it seems the club have changed their stance on the matter.

Sky Sports reports that Paul Pogba is ‘extremely likely to leave’ Manchester United in the summer.

The injury ridden United star seems set on a move to Real Madrid and it seems United are fighting a hopeless battle to try and keep him at the club. Both Pogba and his infamous agent Mino Raiola are desperate for the midfielder to move.

And as much as United fans would love to see Paul Pogba remain at Old Trafford perhaps cashing out and selling the World Cup winner for a hefty fee is United’s best option. There is no point keeping at player at the club who doesn’t want to be there.

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