Breaking: Paul Pogba Finally Makes Club Decision As Man United Contract Sets To Expire Summer

The Frenchman will have his contract expire this summer with several renewal offers turned down

Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba will be a free agent this summer when his contract with the Red Devils expires on June 2022.

The 29-year-old joined United in a media-breaking transfer move from Juventus back in 2016.

A move that was expected to produce superb results with trophies has inturn become one the player is rumored to be favoring exit than remaining.

Embed from Getty Images

Pogba is linked to PSG and his former side, Juventus who have already offered him a contract but both sides are yet to reach an agreement.

PSG knows as well that Pogba will be free this summer and they are working hard to take him to France with a fat wallet.

Juventus are far behind in the pursuit after offering Pogba 3-year contract worth £6.3m per year whereas the player is demanding around £9m per year.

As it stands, Pogba has reportedly decided to leave Man United at the end of the season, putting PSG in a good position if they can present him a bigger offer.

Real Madrid still remain in the background monitoring on when to snap in with their steal-away offer.

Man United new manager, Erik Ten Hag is although yet to make any decision on if Pogba is needed in his squad or not, but many managers will sure want to work with a talented player as Pogba, which Ten Hag isn’t an exception.

Embed from Getty Images

The Dutchman has appeared to be a lover of the player’s works and keeping him at Man United is very possible only if the player concurs.

Juventus will continue pushing hard to land Pogba this summer as they are expected to offer an improved contract within the next few days.