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EPL: Manchester United finally decide Paul Pogba’s future

Timothy Aiyeku

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Paul Pogba

Man United have decided to let go of their star player Paul Pogba, according to reports, as he has not been the player he ought to be after being involved in a lot of controversies that have unsettled the team.

It is reported that the Red Devils will let go of the French man if they are able to receive an offer in the region of £54 million to move on.

This is not the first time Paul Pogba is being linked away from the Old Trafford to either Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid or his former club Juventus while his agent has been fuelling it with several interviews he has had to grant on the Man United midfielder.

Paul Pogba is loved at Man United by the club owners and they have done all in their powers to keep him at the club but with the negative results and his inability to help out, a decision might have been made to part ways with him.

The current contract of the World Cup winner was recently extended until June 2022 but he is likely to leave before then if the right fee is paid except the situation improves at the club.

Calcio Mercato reports that the World Cup winner is being eyed by Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane and he is ready to do all within his powers to land him. He will be convincing the club to meet the £54 million to be able to sign the midfielder.

Meanwhile, Juventus are also keen on his signature with Andrea Pirlo wanting him back at the club while Barcelona are known suitors for the service of Paul Pogba.

However, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not had any reasons to complain about the disappointing performance of Paul Pogba as he has had to defend him on several occasions.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.