Paul Pogba was once considered as the best young player in Europe. He eventually joined the youth team of Ligue 1 side Le Havre, before a protracted transfer brought him to Manchester United in 2009. But limited appearances persuade him to depart to Serie A club, Juventus, in 2012, just two years after he begins his senior career with The Red Devils.
He helped Juventus to four consecutive Serie A titles, as well as two Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italiana titles. During his time in Italy, Paul Pogba further established himself as one of the most promising young players in the world, and received the Golden Boy award in 2013, followed by the Bravo award in 2014.
At the end of the 2015-2016 season, Paul Pogba decided to go back to Manchester United, but he has yet to found his best performance in Old Trafford since.
And now, Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer stated that he is open to letting Paul Pogba leave this summer if the player himself decides he no longer wants to play for the club.
In recent months, there have been many rumors spreading about Paul Pogba’s future. The Frenchman is believed to keen on a move to Real Madrid. And the fact that Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League is likely to increase his desire to move to Santiago Bernabeu next summer.
Paul Pogba Is Considered As Man United’s Important Symbol
Manchester United paid a then-world record 89 million euro fee for Paul Pogba in 2016 and became the most expensive player for Manchester United and the world at that time. Unlike Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, Manchester United Chairman, Ed Woodward views the midfielder as an important symbol on Manchester United’s worldwide appeal. In fact, Ed Woodward blocked Paul Pogba from joining Barcelona last summer when the Frenchman fell out with Jose Mourinho who was Manchester United manager at that time.
Ole Gunnar Solskaer, too, has spoken of his desire to keep Paul Pogba but recently he refused to guarantee the player will stay at the club this summer. A reliable source told best online betting website Malaysia that Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and Ed Woodward disagree over the Frenchman’s future with the manager insisted that the club should not keep a player that doesn’t want to be there. Meanwhile, Ed Woodward feels Paul Pogba’s exit would damage Manchester United’s reputation.
At the same time, Real Madrid side is also known keen to get Paul Pogba for this summer transfer window. Their manager, Zinedine Zidane, already stated that he wanted to sign Paul Pogba this summer along with Eden Hazard from Chelsea.