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Premier League – Pogba to leave Manchester United | Playon99 News



Manchester United will lose a great asset in its ranks: Paul Pogba will not renew and will leave as a free agent. Juventus and PSG are waiting attentively for the signature of a player very questioned in the Premier League, but with plenty of conditions to shine in Europe.

By Facundo Di Bona (@facudibona).

This summer will decide the future of many great players and among them is Paul Pogba as one of the big names of this transfer market.

Pogba’s contract with Manchester United expires this summer and his personal trainer has confirmed that he will not remain at the English club, according to the Mirror.

This is something that Ralf Rangnick all but foreshadowed back in January when he all but confirmed that Pogba would be leaving, but that he would play until the end of the season regardless, as he wanted to prove that he is an elite player.

Pogba has had a renewal offer on his table since last summer, but talks with the club ultimately fell through.

What’s more, there is speculation in England that the Frenchman has not even decided where he will go and that he will decide once the season with Manchester United is over.

Among the teams that are bidding for Pogba’s services are Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus, where he was able to shine and reach the Champions League final.

Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus coach, was in charge of Paul Pogba and was asked at a press conference about the possible signing:

“I don’t know what he’s gonna do next season”

Pogba will have a new destination at the age of 28, in full sporting maturity, after having returned to Manchester United -the club where he was formed- in 2016 for 105 million euros and will leave them again without leaving a penny in the coffers of the club, as he did in 2012 to go to Juventus.

Manchester United has already moved to sound out names and among the most prominent is Ryan Gravenberch. The Ajax player is only 19 years old and he is emerging in the Eredivisie at the same level as Bayern Munich, Barcelona and the Red Devils.



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