The 27-year-old hasn’t been the best since his return from Juventus and sources disclose United are ready to let him leave for a good amount come next transfer window
Man United currently having Van De Beek in the center won’t bother much to let go of a player they see less reliability in since his return from the Serie A.
Following reports from Mirror, Paul Pogba has refused to extend his contract with the club and United do not want to lose him for nothing when his contract expires.
Having been linked to possible departure in the past, Pogba could finally be using the exit door with Real Madrid and Juventus marked as possible receivers who are willing to spend good to have the French man in the center of their pitches.
Pogba’s deal runs until 2022 and Man United after failing to convince him into penning an extension are now ready to let go.
Man United are also hoping they could see the Worldcup winner’s fee rise above the £89m they handed to Juve to land him as PSG is also linked to the player.
Despite recent masterclass performance from Pogba, it’s clearer now that his Man United career is closer to deadline day as he has lost spot to Bruno Fernandes.
Pogba was an outstanding performer during United’s 2-1 victory against Dean Smith’s Aston Villa but worry is if he will remain consistent.