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Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United

Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United
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Paul Pogba has an uncertain future at Manchester United, after starting the season off amazingly, picking up seven assists in his first four matches in the Premier League.

Life was amazing until the bad form started for the Red Devils.

The worst for the player was indeed the Liverpool match as he got sent off. Later on, Ole Gunnar Solskjær went on to be sacked as Manchester United, and the club is currently not too stable.

However, soon they’ll appoint Ralf Ragnick as the new interim manager at the club. This is a great appointment by the club to most players however, his system and style of football does not suit or benefit the style of Pogba.

This could be a huge factor on whether he’ll sign a new contract or not at the club.

A couple of years ago, Rangnick compared Pogba with former RB Leipzig (and now Liverpool) midfielder Naby Keita, and said he "wouldn't swap Keita with Paul Pogba for my style of play.”

Ragnick’s midfielders must be good at pressing the opposition, this is something Paul Pogba has received criticism for in the past.

If he was to leave, where would he go ?

Paul Pogba will NOT be going to Real Madrid. All the rumours circulating around stating that the Spanish club are interested are 100% FALSE.

Real Madrid do not want him, and they never did want him. The club admire the player however they strongly believe that he does not fit in at the club.

They want to continue with Luka Modrić and Toni Kroos, two players that are expected to renew their contract soon.

Paris-Saint-Germain were planning to try and sign Paul Pogba last summer however, the opportunity of signing Lionel Messi arrived and they could not turn down that opportunity for any other players.

The Parisian club will be back in the market for a midfielder again and they’re expected to renew their interest in Paul Pogba again.

Juventus is another potential destination for Paul Pogba as he has said earlier this year that he still loves Turin.

Mino Raiola (agent of Paul Pogba) has even said that this is a possibility. However, financially, Juventus would first need to offload players at the club to fund the deal and fit him in. It is a possibility…


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