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Carlton Palmer reveals when Paul Pogba will leave Man United

Timothy Aiyeku

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Paul Pogba

A lot has been said about the future of France international Paul Pogba at Man United and the most common of them all is the uncertainty surrounding his future.

Since returning to Man United from the Italian Serie A outfit Juventus, Paul Pogba has been involved in several controversies that have linked him out of the club but he stalk remains as the golden boy of the Red Devils.

The World Cup winner has been backed on several occasions by the club owners to be the future of the club, one of the reasons why the decision was made to sack former manager Jose Mourinho who had clashes with the former Juventus midfielder when he was at Old Trafford.

The coming of Bruno Fernandes in January brought hope that Paul Pogba will be happy again as he had a fine partnership with the Portuguese and it was evident in his game as he played better.

There seem to be a complete u-turn this season with Paul Pogba not at his best and has been a handed bench role in Man United’s last three games, a development that has caused lots of reactions.

The France national team coach has revealed that Paul Pogba is not happy at Man United over his new bench role while other pundits took a dig at manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for keeping a player of his calibre on the bench when he seeks to win a title.

However, Carlton Palmer has predicted Paul Pogba will leave Old Trafford in the not too distant future when he spoke exclusively to Football FanCast correspondent Tom Ward.

The former England international also exonerated Paul Pogba and insisted that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cannot blame him for his team’s poor performances.

Meanwhile, Paul Pogba nor his agent is yet to react to all of the controversies surrounding the future of the World Cup winner.

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