Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba’s brother, Mathias, has warned the club that he would leave for free in 2022 if he’s not sold this summer, MySportDab reports.
This is now the biggest hint from someone close to Pogba that he has no plans of signing a new Manchester United contract.
Pogba’s future has always been a topic of discussion for years now, with Real Madrid and Juventus both interested.
Juventus are known for being a fan of free transfers though.
In December, Pogba’s United career became a hot topic after his agent Mino Raiola said the player was ready to leave Manchester United.
Manchester United and Pogba are now in good terms ever since with improved performances on the pitch.
It’s likely Pogba could change his decision if Manchester United win the Premier league title this season.
However, Mathias Pogba has again spoken about his brother’s believe.
‘He’s happy. He has improved no doubt,’ Mathias said on El Chiringuito TV.
‘He has less than two years left on his contract. I can’t say if he will stay until his contract expires or not.
‘The most important thing I can say is that if Manchester United want money, they must sell him now. That’s all I can say. If no, he’ll leave for free.
‘I don’t have any information about him renewing his contract.’
Pogba was an unused substitute in Manchester United’s 9-0 thrashing of Southampton on Tuesday night.
The 27-year-old is now back at his best form in recent weeks.
He has developed a good partnership in the middle with Bruno Fernandes and has scored three goals so far in the league this season.
Best Of Pogba;
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