Following the bomb dropped by Mino Raiola, at the beginning of December, Paul Pogba seems more than ever about to leave. However, the French international should not leave the Red Devils this winter. According to information from the Daily Mirror, Manchester United wants to wait until the end of the season before separating from it.
“I can say it’s over for Paul Pogba at Manchester United.”–Mino Raiola
Pogba has made a spectacular comeback since his agent Mino Raiola confirmed, again last month, that the midfielder wanted to leave Old Trafford.
Since then, the future of the Pogba has been at the center of all the debates on the Manchester side and three clubs appear to be in the running to attract the 2018 World Champion. Real Madrid and Juventus, long-time contenders, and PSG.
According to information from the Daily Mirror, it will be necessary to wait until next summer to launch the bidding. Manchester United would have agreed to sell the 27-year-old footballer at the next summer mercato. The Red Devils would be decided to sell the technician in order to recover a nice sum of money. The fight is going to be fierce in this case.
Solskjaer, satisfied with Pogba’s attitude?
If the fate of Paul Pogba now seems sealed. Two options are still possible in this rather complex dossier. Either the Mancunians decide to sell him this winter to air his accounts and put a definitive end to the polemics around the French prodigy.
Either the Red Devils prefer a sale next summer to give the midfielder the necessary playing time for the situation to evolve and a bidding war that will increase the fees they will collect.
But the former Turin man will finally be sold this summer and will not extend his contract according to the Daily Mirror’s information. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is satisfied with his player’s attitude and intends to keep him until the end of the season in order to continue the winning momentum started by Manchester United, currently second in the Premier League.