Mino Raiola has provided the latest on the future of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Since the very day that Pogba re-signed for Man United from Juventus, Raiola has been publicly discussing the possibility of the Frenchman moving on – much to the annoyance of Red Devils fans.
With Pogba now out of contract in the summer of 2022 and free to sign a pre-contract agreement with any foreign clubs come January 1st, the speculation surrounding his future is beginning to intensify.
In truth, it’s hard to imagine there being many Man United fans losing sleep over the prospect of losing Pogba, but there will be intrigue, of course. Here’s what Raiola has had to say on the matter.
Mino Raiola to @Sport1 on Paul Pogba’s future: “We have many offers for Pogba, including a contract extension proposal [from Man United] We’ll see what’s best for him”. 🔴 #MUFC #Bayern
“Pogba to FC Bayern? Impossible – they’re not paying this kind of salary”. 🇫🇷 @berger_pj pic.twitter.com/DyoRJ5xkJC
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 10, 2021
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There appears to now be as a legitimate chance as ever that Pogba will be leaving Man United, but where he would go remains a mystery. Real Madrid and Juventus are considered by many to be the frontrunners.
Pogba’s reputation precedes him. He is one of the most renowned footballers on the planet, but can only be considered one of the best when he’s wearing the blue of the French National Team.
The World Cup winner will be 29 come the end of the season when his contract expires. You wonder if there really is as much of a frenzy over securing his services as Raiola insinuates…