Paul Pogba has now slammed Manchester United in his film documentary, MySportDab reports.
The French midfielder has said United offered him ‘nothing’ during the documentary despite two contract offers worth £300,000-a-week.
The ‘Pogmentary’ documentary will be released on Friday.
He said that the Red Devils offered him new contract worth £290,000-a-week which could have made him one of the highest-paid player.
However, According to the Athletic, as shown from the documentary, Pogba responded to his agent Mino Raiola that the second offer was ‘nothing’ while driving a Rolls-Royce.
Pogba angry said: ‘How can you offer a player nothing and then say you absolutely want him?.
‘Never ever seen that.’
Former United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had promised to ‘build the team around’ Pogba at the time.
Manchester United tried severally to keep him at Old Trafford but they failed to make it happen.
“How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing? I’ve never seen that”. pic.twitter.com/e8ywMiO2g8
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 16, 2022
Pogba will leave when his contract expires and could rejoin Juventus.
The Pogmentary documentary is more about the turning point in his football career, ending his career at Manchester United, leaving twice as a free agent.
Given Pogba’s talent, it may dissapoiting that Manchester United failed to convince him after they signed him for £89m.
However, Pogba’s problems with injuries, inconsistency and big performance differences at club and international level means he won’t be missed.
Pogba, driving in Miami, Florida while on holiday, is seen speaking to his agent Raiola on the phone.
Speaking in both French and Italian, Raiola said: ‘Paul, you have no idea of how particular your situation is right now.
The 29-year-old then said: ‘Did you receive a second offer from United?’
Raiola answered: ‘Yes. They clearly want you to stay. For me, the offer is not showing that. I have them, “If you want him to stay, do better with your offer”.
‘I will make them understand that if they want to build a project around you, they have to put the money on the table.
Pogba replies: ”They’re clearly bluffing.”
In the last scenes in the documentary, Pogba made it clear that he wants Manchester United to know they made a mistake.