Why Paul Pogba wants to go for free next summer

ESPN journalist Mark Ogden has revealed why Paul Pogba wants to go for free next summer.

The Frenchman has rejected a new contract worth £400,000-per-week and is unlikely to extend his stay.

ESPN claims that the Glazers are not worried about losing the World Cup winner for free as ‘the benefits of having him available for the final six months of the season’ outweigh what they could sell him for in January.

Senior figures at the club have reportedly accepted the fact that Pogba will not stay beyond the summer and are already making plans to reinforce the midfield.

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Talking about Paul Pogba’s preferred destinations, Real Madrid and Juventus are upfront in the chase for the stylish midfielder.

Also, Paris St-Germaine have been reported to be interested in the United middle man.

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