Pogba’s contract at Manchester United will not be renewed.

Manchester United’s contract with Paul Pogba is slated to expire in June, and the club is unlikely to extend it. The Red Devils have no plans to give the Frenchman a new contract, at least not for now.

Pogba’s 105 million euro transfer from Juventus in 2016 did not live up to expectations, and he now earns 12 million euros every season.

The two sides’ relationship has deteriorated in recent months, as the French midfielder has unable to reclaim his form with the Red Devils.

Pogba was given a three-game suspension after receiving a straight red card in Manchester United’s 5-0 defeat at the hands of Liverpool after coming off the bench, before suffering an injury while on international duty, with the Red Devils now anticipating him to remain out until 2022.

Summer 2022, Pogba’s suitors
Juventus, PSG, and Real Madrid seem to be the frontrunners to capture Pogba next summer, with the midfielder free to sign a pre-contract deal with another club from January 1, 2022.

Due to the club’s financial troubles after the COVID-19 outbreak, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has instructed his board that the club should focus on free signings.
Despite the fact that Pogba falls into this group, there are some Real Madrid fans who dislike the French midfielder. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti and a few first-team players who are familiar with Pogba would welcome his arrival at Real Madrid in July.

Luka Modric’s contract will be extended until 2023, according to MARCA, although Real Madrid are open to the notion of bolstering their midfield next summer. Kylian Mbappe is set to join Los Blancos on a free transfer from PSG at the same time.

Source Marca

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