Paul Pogba Might Never Play For Man. United Again With The Club Not Ready To Renew His Deal
Paul Pogba could have played his last game for Manchester United
The club’s £89million record signing is expected to be sidelined for up to two months after injuring his right thigh in training with France on Monday November 8.
That would take the World Cup winner into January when he can begin talking to other clubs about a move in the summer when his United deal ends.
Discussions over a new contract at Old Trafford have been completely shelved as United’s hierarchy are fed up of the circus that surrounds him, particularly with his agent Mino Raiola
According to UK Sun, the Manchester United board are happy to let the 28-year-old midfielder’s contract expire, leave him out of the team if necessary, and allow him to go as a free agent.
Pogba limped out of Les Bleus’ training and misses their World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan on Saturday and Finland next Tuesday.
United legend Paul Scholes is one of Pogba’s critics, having recently questioned the midfielder’s maturity.
He said: “How old he? 28? He’s a really experienced player. But he’s one of them that will get to 35 and be exactly the same.
“He’ll still be doing the stupid stuff where he’s stud rolling the ball, holding people off showing how strong and skillful he is.
“The biggest thing with Paul is his concentration. He goes away with the fairies at times.”