Manchester United have accepted that Paul Pogba is unlikely to sign a new contract, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils are now prepared that they will lose him on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Pogba has so far failed to agree a new contract terms to remain at Manchester United.
The French midfielder can discuss a pre-contract agreement with clubs outside of England in January.
Now, According to ESPN, the Manchester United hierarchy have accepted Pogba will leave the club.
Manchester United signed Pogba back in 2016 for £89million but he has remained inconsistent with his performances.
Pogba is now regularly criticised by pundits and fans ever since he returned to Manchester United.
There is now a growing belief at Manchester United that Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola wants the player to leave on a free and earn himself a good payout.
United can consider selling Pogba in January to raise some funds for other transfers.
However, clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are more interested in signing him on a free transfer next summer.
When asked about new contract talks, Raiola said: ‘There is no new update, everything is calm right now. You can ask Manchester United about it.’
Pogba left United due to lack of opportunities as a youngster under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2012 and agreed to join Juventus on a free transfer.
According to reports this month, Real Madrid are offering Pogba £12million-a-year with a transfer bonus of £25m to make him join the Spanish club next summer.
Pogba is now serving a three-match Premier League after his red card for a rash challenge on Naby Keita in the 5-0 loss to Liverpool.