Super agent Mino Raiola has again hinted that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could leave the club soon, MySportDab reports.
Pogba’s future at Old Trafford is uncertain since he made it clear last summer that he wanted a new challenge.
Manchester United are yet to receive offers for the Frenchman but expect numerous bids during the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils still want Pogba to stay at the club but face a difficult task especially if they failed to qualify for the Champions League again this season.
MySportDab understands that Juventus and Real Madrid are both interested in signing the the 26-year-old, who spent four seasons while in Italy.
And Raiola has given Juventus fans fresh hope that Pogba could one day return to the club.
“Juventus fans can dream, like everyone around the world, because if you won’t dream you are dead,” Raiola said when asked about a possible transfer.
“I can’t work in dreams, but I try to make the right decisions at the right time with my clients to advance their career.
“Now to say that Pogba would quit Manchester United and join Juventus, Real Madrid or Barcelona is not the right time now.”
Despite hinting Pogba’s days at Old Trafford could still leave the club, Raiola is adamant the France international won’t leave this January.
He added: “Paul always respects Manchester United just as United have also always respected Paul.
“And the only one person that speaks for Manchester United and Pogba is Ole, because he has to comments on the papers and some many things.
“I go by whatever Solskjaer says. Pogba will not leave, and that’s okay. We are happy with them.
“Paul is maybe struggling with his injury that we have tried to resolve and I think that’s our main target now.
“But if Ole has other ideas about Paul and wants to talk to me about it, he knows my number.”
Pogba has not played for Manchester United since their 4-1 win against Newcastle on Boxing Day, missing their past seven matches with a reoccurring injuries.
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