Paul Pogba’s future remains uncertain at Manchester United.
Recent comments made by Paul Pogba’s super-agent Mino Raiola confirmed that the Frenchman wants to move away from Old Trafford.
Juventus are planning to re-sign their former player whom they sold for £89.3 million back in 2016 to Manchester United.
And according to reports, they are willing to offer Paulo Dybala and Federico Bernardeschi in exchange for the French midfielder.
“It’s over between Manchester United and Pogba,” Raiola said in an interview released by Tuttosport at the start of the month.
“No point beating around the bush, it’s better to speak clearly, look forward and not waste time looking for people to blame: Paul is unhappy at Manchester United.
“He is unable to express himself as is expected of him. He needs a change of club; a change of scenery.
“He has a contract which runs out in a year and a half — in the summer of 2022 — but I believe the best solution for everyone is that he leaves in the next transfer window.
“Otherwise, United know well the risk of losing him for nothing, given at the moment the player has no intention of extending his contract. If someone doesn’t understand this, they understand little or nothing about football.
“In any case, they can all blame me if next summer Paul leaves.”
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