Manchester United might have seen the last of Paul Pogba amid possible exit from the club as a free agent, MySportDab reports.
The midfielder returned back to the club after sustaining an injury during training for the International break for France national team.
Paul Pogba won’t be taking part in any of Manchester United games until January 2022 after his injury length was confirmed.
The midfielder has been one of the key players in the team and this is already a big problem for the Red Devils who will be without him.
His future with the club is also another issue as he is yet to sign a new contract keeping him beyond his current deal.
At the end of this season Paul Pogba will become a free agent which will see him leave the club with them getting any payment.
The midfielder is out until January with injury as it could be the curtain closer for him with a possible agreement with another team likely to happen.
Paul Pogba may have played his last game in Manchester United colours, according to claims reaching us from the Sun.
The club are no longer interested in renewing his contract, and could freeze him out until he leaves on a free transfer next June even after he returns from injury.
This could be a big problem for clubs seeking his services as they won’t be also looking to give him a contract knowing he has been off the pitch for long.
The likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint Germain are said to be interested in signing Paul Pogba when bus contract expire with Manchester United.
He almost completed a move to PSG this summer, but unfortunately things didn’t happen as they instead went for Gini Wijnaldum who was a free agent leaving Liverpool.