Paul Pogba has yet to decide on his next club as he is set to leave Manchester United when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Pogba has not received an offer from United since last summer and is set to leave Old Trafford on a free transfer for the second time.
Many of Europe’s biggest clubs are interested in the 29-year-old, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
sky sports news He was told that Pogba’s final choice in his next move would be a “football decision” and the French international did not rule out staying in the Premier League.
If Pogba leaves for a European club, he is unlikely to be offered more money than United were willing to pay when they offered him a new deal last summer.
sky sports It was reported last week that Pogba suffered backlash from United fans who booed him when he was substituted in a 3-2 win against Norwich earlier this month.
Ralph Rangnick, United’s interim manager, said after the game: “I don’t think it makes sense to go against any particular person or player. »
Pogba was also substituted in United’s 4-0 loss to Liverpool last week due to injury and will miss the rest of the season, meaning he is likely to play his final game for the club.
Pogba joined United from Le Havre as a teenager in 2009 but ran out of his contract before making it to the first team to join Juventus.
The midfielder joined United from the Italian club for a record-breaking sum in 2016 and won the League Cup and Europa League in his first season at Old Trafford.
But while he has since won the World Cup and Nations League with France, no other trophies at club level have materialized.
Pogba appeared to be about to leave United towards the end of Jose Mourinho’s tenure as manager after their relationship deteriorated.
Mourinho prevented Pogba from taking charge of the club, and the duet was also caught on video during training.
However, Mourinho was sacked a few months later and Pogba returned to the team by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Injuries have limited Pogba to just 21 starts in all competitions this season, and he and the club will again end the season empty-handed.
Rangnick: It’s hard to say why Pogba had problems
Speaking last week, Rangnick admitted that Pogba was unlikely to renew his contract with United, saying it would be difficult for him and other managers to explain why the World Cup winner has struggled to maintain stability at Old Trafford. .
Asked if it was fair to call Pogba ‘enigmatic’, Rangnick replied: ‘There’s no point in talking about it, he’s injured right now.
“But I mean he is a player who won the World Cup with France. We all know what potential he has and what a good player he can be. »
“But like many other players, he just struggled to show his best game on the pitch in a sustainable way for United games. It was not only this season or in recent weeks. As far as I remember, it was the same in previous years. »
Rangnick said it’s “difficult to say” why that is. “If I or other managers knew about this, it might be easier to change it,” he added.
“But there is no point in thinking about it now. At this point, it appears that he will not be renewing his contract. He probably won’t be here next season. »