Paul Pogba Could Leave Manchester United as He Shuns New Deal With the Club
Manchester United star Paul Pogba, could leave Old Trafford this summer after rejecting a new £50million contract at the club.
United is ready to retain Pogba to a new long-term deal and were prepared to offer him a huge pay hike from his existing £250,000-a-week deal to £350,000-a-week but the 28 year-old and his agent, Mino Raiola, have snubbed the offer in a bid to force through the move to PSG and a new challenge elsewhere.
Pogba’s unwillingness to sign a new deal has forced United to look at selling their club record £89million signing – or risk losing him for nothing next summer, the Mirror reports.
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to pay £45m for Pogba, who has one year left on his current United contract.
But United are also not prepared to let Pogba go on the cheap and are only willing to sanction his sale if their £50m valuation is met.
The 28-year-old has made 199 appearances in his second spell at United, scoring 38 goals.
Pogba shone for France at Euro 2020.