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Paul Pogba Set To Push For Man Untied EXIT Ahead Of 2022 (DETAILS)

Paul Pogba to push for Manchester United exit as he wants a move elsewhere, MySportDab reports.

The France international is linked with so many top clubs in Europe who are looking to sign him as a free agent.

Paul Pogba current contract comes to an end after the 2021-22 campaign which would see him join any team of his choice.

The midfielder almost Paris Saint Germain this summer but the deal fall through as Manchester United were not looking to let him leave.

The likes of Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid are all interested and monitoring his situation with the English Premier League side.

The Mirror reports claims that Paul Pogba will need to push for a move away from Manchester United if he wants to leave Old Trafford during the winter window.

The World Cup winner is due to hit free agency next summer as his current contract will run out end of the season with Manchester United.

Although he would be allowed to take on a new challenge in January if he makes it clear that he no longer wishes to be part of the Red Devils’ plans.

The Old Trafford club has seen numerous offer made to the player turned down by him despite offering him a huge pay.

Paul Pogba

The last offer was about €400k weekly which was turned down by Paul Pogba as he wants to weigh out his options.

It was also reported that Paris Saint Germain already have a contract for him with double amount of what Manchester United want to offer him.

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Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili

Lagos Based Football, Sports And Biography Writer For MySportDab, Pro Football Expert - Chelsea Football Club Correspondent.

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