Man Utd will move on from Paul Pogba as they slash £80m off transfer asking price for wantaway Frenchman – The Sun

PAUL POGBA’S Manchester United career is over.

Despite suggestions that a peace deal is being made, both sides want a splitting of the ways.

Offers around £100million would see United move quickly to get a deal done for a player whose contract is up next summer.

The Red Devils have the option of triggering a one-year extension but that would be only to protect the value of the French World Cup winner.

Real Madrid and Juventus are still interested in midfielder Pog, 27, and believe they can get the most out of his talent.

Pog, who rejoined United from Juve in 2016 for £89m, was priced out of a move last July after a £180m fee was slapped on his head.

Since then, he has played just eight games, shot some hoops in Miami, rode an exercise bike in Dubai and danced at his brother’s wedding.

Yesterday, he posted an Instagram video of himself training in a Juventus shirt with the name ‘Matuidi’ on the back, insisting it was in support of France team-mate Blaise.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to forge a new era and, despite not publicly criticising Pogba, does not want any egos.


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