French World Cup winner Paul Pogba is expected to leave his club this summer according to the publication from the stables of The Sun which is one of the most popular newspapers in the United Kingdom.
The Manchester United midfielder has a sour relationship at this point and both parties are desperate to end their relationship thus prompting the club to reduce their asking price on Paul Pogba.
It has been reduced from £180m to £100m which would be more appropriate for the interested clubs in his services.
French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Italian giants Juventus and immediate past European champions Real Madrid are the three clubs keen on a move for Pogba who has suffered a great deal from an ankle problem this season.
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The persistent ankle injury has limited him to eight appearances in all competitions this season.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently said that the player was advised by his people to undergo surgery against the club’s wish and that could rule him out for a further six weeks.
Paul Pogba played the first four games of the season before picking up the ankle injury during the away game at Southampton in the Premier League in August.
He has played four times since that Southampton game.