Mino Raiola has disclosed that his client and Manchester United midfieder, Paul Pogba’s time at Old Trafford is in his opinion ‘over’
The 27-year-old has been subject to incessant criticisms over the years at Old Trafford for lack of consistency and commitment to the club, with the Frenchman stating in an interview with French media outlet that a move to Real Madrid would be ‘a dream come true’
Raiola while discussing with Tuttersport earlier today, concluded that Pogba’s stay at United is done, fueling reports of a potential move to the Spanish capital next summer transfer window.
“Paul has been through a lot of criticisms with United” Raiola said.
“He’s had ups and downs, and i think its important to state the facts while we criticize”
“Does he wish to remain at Old Trafford? Its totally up to him, but i can say that it’s over for Pogba at Manchester United” he concluded.
Pogba joined United in 2016 for a then world record fee of £89m but is yet to attain anticipated heights with the Devils.
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