Manchester United look set for a rebuild of their squad in the summer with Erik ten Hag arriving as the new permanent manager of the club. While that has led to the Red Devils being linked with a number of top stars over the course of the past few weeks and months, it will also mean that several will head out of the Old Trafford exit door.
There are a number of players currently at Manchester United who do not appear to have much of a first-team future at the club. On the other hand, there are a few others whose contracts are running out and they have not agreed new deals.
Paul Pogba falls into the latter category and it looks like his days at Old Trafford might be coming to an end in the very near future.
As reported by GOAL, Pogba has been offered a three-year deal by Juventus to potentially seal a return to Turin, with a Manchester United exit very much looking to be on the cards for the French World Cup winner.
Manchester United star has been offered a three-year deal by Juventus
When Manchester United signed Pogba, incidentally from Juventus, back in the summer of 2016 in a then world record transfer deal, there were hopes that he would be the one to take the club back to the top of the English game.
It is safe to say that it has not quite turned out that way. Pogba has shown glimpses of his brilliance here and there but has not been able to produce top class performances for Manchester United on a constant basis. Also, he has been linked with an Old Trafford exit throughout his second stint at the club.
Pogba has already left Manchester United once to join Juventus on a free transfer. Could we possibly end up seeing a repeat of that this summer?