Manchester United star Paul Pogba will ‘almost certainly’ leave this summer

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Paul Pogba ‘will almost certainly leave Manchester United all this SUMMER’ as Juventus eye reunion … with the wary of Old Trafford chefs Frenchman can leave Old Trafford for FREE when the contract expires in 2022

  • Paul Pogba no longer has a contract with Manchester United from June 2022
  • The Frenchman has yet to agree to a new deal and may leave for free in 12 months
  • According to reports in Italy, he will “almost certainly” leave United in the summer
  • Juventus are reportedly excited about a reunion to help transform their ailing midfield

Paul Pogba could leave Manchester United for Juventus this summer, according to a new report.

The Frenchman made the switch from Manchester to Turin in 2012 as an academy star and Italian newspaper Tuttosport have said that under the interest of Juventus, Pogba will ‘almost certainly’ leave Old Trafford this summer.

Pogba will be out of contract in 2022 and United knows they have no leverage as they risk losing him for nothing, just like they did nine years ago.

Paul Pogba will no longer have a contract with Manchester United next summer and has no new terms and conditions yet

Paul Pogba will no longer have a contract with Manchester United next summer and has no new terms and conditions yet

According to reports in Italy, Juventus wants to get him back and he can move as soon as possible this summer

According to reports in Italy, Juventus wants to get him back and he can move as soon as possible this summer

According to reports in Italy, Juventus wants to get him back and he can move as soon as possible this summer

Pogba was returned to Old Trafford for a record £ 89 million in 2016, but has failed to live up to its high expectations.

Tuttosport revealed that a ‘divorce suits everyone’ at the end of the season and it will be up to agent Mino Raiola, rather than Pogba or United, what happens next for the midfielder.

Pogba reportedly still maintains regular contact with his former Juventus teammates via WhatsApp.

The front page of the Italian newspaper Tuttosport told the story of the possible arrival of Pogba

The front page of the Italian newspaper Tuttosport told the story of the possible arrival of Pogba

The front page of the Italian newspaper Tuttosport told the story of the possible arrival of Pogba

Andrea Pirlo, now Juventus boss, played alongside Pogba during the Frenchman’s spell at Allianz Stadium.

Pogba spent four seasons in Turin, scoring 34 goals and adding 40 assists in 178 appearances.

In December, the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, said the midfielder was ‘unhappy’ at the club.

Raiola said: ‘I can say it’s over for Paul Pogba at Manchester United.

Paul is unhappy. He can no longer express himself as he would like and as expected of him. He has to change teams, he has to change the sky.

“He has a contract that expires in a year and a half, but I think the best solution for the parties is to sell him in the next market.”

Pogba previously flirted with a move elsewhere, once to Real Madrid, but it never materialized.

Pogba's agent Mino Raiola said the midfielder is unhappy and has sparked interest in him

Pogba's agent Mino Raiola said the midfielder is unhappy and has sparked interest in him

Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola said the midfielder is unhappy and has sparked interest in him

Pogba was in good shape for United this season, but they will be wary of losing him for free

Pogba was in good shape for United this season, but they will be wary of losing him for free

Pogba was in good shape for United this season, but they will be wary of losing him for free

United wants Pogba to commit his future to them and is continuing talks in an extension.

Compared to Raiola’s comments in December, Pogba took a different tone when talking to Rio Ferdinand in January.

“I have a contract, I am here,” he said.

‘I’m having a good time. Everyone knows I have another year. I’ll talk to the club and see what’s going on. For now my goal and goal is to win something.

“I just think about winning.”

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