Paul Pogba will likely leave Manchester United at the end of the season, and there will probably be many suitors looking to snap up the French midfielder as a free agent in the summer.
Pogba is leaning towards leaving in the summer, and as I said before, he will wait to discuss his future with the new manager and see whether Manchester United are in the UEFA Champions League next season.
There is still a chance that he signs a new deal if certain things can fall into place with regards to there being a project he believes in, along with some silverware, and a significant wage increase.
However, if he does leave in the summer (which is more likely), Paris-Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the leading the race for him, with Juventus and Barcelona also seriously appreciating the player, but know that his salary demands will likely be extortionately too high for them. PSG certainly have the money to lure Pogba to Paris, and with Mauricio Pochettino set be sacked in the summer, if Zinedine Zidane were to join them (who Pogba has spoken glowingly about), it will certainly increase their chances to steal him from another likely suitor in Real Madrid, who have been long-term admirers of the Frenchman, and Pogba has always held an interest in playing for them.
Real Madrid may not have the money PSG do, but Pogba possibly isn't keen on playing in Ligue 1, which is known for being a mundane and a league that has relatively little competition compared to La Liga which has many top teams such as Sevilla, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Where will Pogba go in the summer, or will he sign a new deal at Manchester United?
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