Manchester United could face major Paul Pogba dilemma


According to the latest report Manchester United will face a huge dilemma regarding Paul Pogba in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United and Paul Pogba are like two opposing magnets. Despite their close proximity they continue to repel each other time and time again.

Paul Pogba is into his second stint with the Red Devils. The first one ended bitterly for the Frenchman with Pogba departing the club as he failed to fight himself into Sir Alex Ferguson’s reckoning.

His decision was a disappointing blow to Manchester United who regarded him as one of their best prospects.

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His second spell begun as the most expensive United signing of all time. This time Paul Pogba managed to fight himself into the starting eleven, yet his departure seems to be inevitable yet again.

It is rinse and repeat.

Pogba has evidently set his heart on leaving Old Trafford and United seem to be willing to succumb to his demands.

On paper the solution seems to be simple, however, the Frenchman’s situation may be more complex according to Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail. 

Samuel sites recent reports claiming Pogba’s suitors Real Madrid only value him at £50 million which is a long way away from the £150 million the Red Devils are demanding for his services.

Samuel claims that this makes any potential deal for Pogba to be agreed ‘close to impossible.’

It will certainly be a major blow to the Red Devils if Pogba’s suitors are unwilling to meet his valuation.

The situation could end up with United being forced to cut their losses or the club unwilling to sell Pogba and the Frenchman remaining at Old Trafford unhappy and unsatisfied. Samuel reiterates this claiming that the ‘buying club will hold all the cards.’

And he is right, Paul Pogba’s situation is notorious in every tabloid paper. The whole world knows he wants to leave and United need to sell him.

The Red Devils’ board must stand resolute and ensure they do not cut their losses. Woodward must remind potential suitors that Paul Pogba is still one of the best midfielders in the world.

It is a bleak situation for the Red Devils and one that is not looking likely to end up in their favour.

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What do you think would be the best course of action in the case of Paul Pogba?