Manchester United have no plans to sell Paul Pogba despite losing the France midfielder for free. At the end of this season.
The Daily Mail reports that Manchester United are not afraid of losing Pogba for free and have no plans to sell the player for a fee before his contract expires in the middle of next year. Because We still hope that in the end France national team midfielder will agree to the new contract. That reports say Manchester United are continuing to negotiate a new contract with Pogba’s representatives.
Although there has not been a tendency for an easy handshake to come together until now. Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted the club will not give up their efforts to extend contracts.
So plans to sell Pogba this summer. or in January next year definitely won’t happen Despite the risk of losing the French national team midfielder leaving the team for the second time without a fee.
Previously, it happened in 2012 when he left Juventus, before four years later. The Red Devils signed a huge deal worth 89 million pounds or 105 million euros. Pogba signed a five-year contract with Manchester United in 2016 with an option to extend for an additional 12 months. Which the Red Devils have been using since October last year causing the current contract to expire on June 30, 2022.