Manchester United Coach Ralf Rangnick has now confirmed Paul Pogba’s new transfer exit plan, MySportDab reports.
Rangnick has said he won’t try to change Paul Pogba’s mind if he wants to leave United in the summer.
Pogba is currently in Dubai following three weeks of rehab.
But, Rangnick has now made a new warning that United’s injured players must be treated at the club’s Carrington headquarters.
Pogba is out of contract at the end of the season when he can leave United for nothing again since he joined in 2016.
Speaking at his latest press conference, interim Coach Rangnick said that a club of United’s history should not have to convince players to stay.
‘We only need players that want to play and stay at a club like Manchester United,’ said Rangnick.
‘If a player is not ready to play for a club like Manchester United long-term, it makes no sense to convince him to change his mind.
‘I don’t think there’s anyone at the club that should try to change a player’s mind to stay.’
On Tuesday, Rangnick and Pogba spoke for the first by phone and they will meet face-to-face on Sunday.
Pogba has continued his recovery from a thigh injury in Dubai, but Rangnick wants United players to use only the club’s medical facilities moving forward.
‘I don’t want players to have rehab abroad or anywhere else, but the Paul decision was taken before I came,’ he added.
‘I have spoken to the medical department, and henceforth I want Injured players to stay here.’
Manchester United are now sixth in the Premier League table with 24 points from 15 games this season.
Rangnick won his first league match last week against Crystal Palace and faces Norwich at Carrow Road tonight in the late kick-off.
Right now, the Red Devils are three points behind West Ham in fourth place.