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Will Pogba Leave Man United This Summer

Amuda Segun

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One of the biggest questions that Manchester United will have to answer whenever football escapes from the claws of Coronavirus is the future of star player Paul Pogba at the club.

For now, French midfielder Paul Pogba and Manchester United have been forced to stay at home because of the aforementioned Coronavirus which has left virtually all sporting events useless in the past weeks.

The Premier League had to suspend the season as a result of Coronavirus and whether it is completed or not, the future of Pogba at Manchester United is expected to be at the front pages of British media outlets in the coming weeks.

Paul Pogba has two years left on his present deal with the Old Trafford side including the one year from the extra year clause in the contract signed by him when he returned to English football some four years ago in a then world-record deal. He left Italian champions Juventus for Manchester United for £89m in the summer of 2016 after spending four fruitful years in Turin.

Pogba has not been able to reproduce his sparkling Juventus form for Manchester United though it must be pointed out that the Manchester United Academy player has flattered deceive on several occasions.

He spoke about his desire to leave Manchester United last summer and the challenge for the Red Devils would be to retain his services at the club since the task of replacing him could even be harder than keeping him happy at the club. After his admission last summer, Manchester United still managed to hang on to him but that has not been productive due to an ankle issue that has reduced him to just eight matches in all competitions this season.

Pogba is not short of suitors if he wants to leave the Red Devils with former club Juventus and Real Madrid interested in him.

I am Segun Amuda , Journalist at Thewistle.com. You can also find my articles here on topics related to Football. Outside Blogging, I have a keen interest in watching English Premier League Games. For any queries or issues related to articles on our website, kindly get in touch.