Will Pogba leaves MU with 100 million Euros from Juventus?

According to Italian media, even when Man Utd expressed his intention to retain Paul Pogba, the midfielder still wants to leave Old Trafford in the summer transfer window.

Pogba is finding a new road!

Not long ago, coach Ole Solskjaer confirmed that Paul Pogba will soon renew his contract and stay at Old Trafford. However, according to Calciomercato, the French midfielder is still looking to leave Man Utd in the interest of big clubs like Juventus or Real Madrid.

The number one priority for Juventus in the summer transfer window is to bring him back to the Allianz Arena. The “old lady” of Turin is willing to spend 100 million euros to get this player’s signature. If the deal goes as planned, Man Utd could be considered a break-even after 4 years with Pogba. In the summer of 2016, the Old Trafford team recruited the French midfielder for the same fee.

Pogba once shone at Juventus under coach Antonio Conte.

The source also said that if Man Utd extended the contract with Pogba, it only gives them an advantage at the negotiating table, but cannot change the decision of the player born in 1993. In addition to Juventus, Real Madrid, Barca and PSG are also said to be keeping an eye on him after the scourge in England.

However, Solskjaer still wants to keep the midfielder, especially when Man Utd has just added Bruno Fernandes. After 5 matches in the Premier League, Bruno made a mark with 2 goals and 3 assists. The Norwegian strategist is eager to combine the duo Bruno and Pogba in midfield “Red Devils”.

Speaking after Man Utd‘s 5-0 victory over LASK in the Europa League, coach Solskjaer said: “Pogba is our player. He has two years left on his contract and the option to extend it for another year. We can expect him to be here next season. “

The French midfielder has recently shown positive signs in recovering from injury. Pogba is expected to return to the Man Utd line up soon in March. However, due to the complicated developments of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) epidemic, the European leagues have been declared adjourned. Therefore, fans will have to wait a little longer to see this player appear on the field.

Man Utd is facing the opportunity to win tickets to the Champions League next season.

2 reasons why Paul Pogba will stay at MU

Paul Pogba stayed at MU instead of looking for a new club in Summer 2020, Daily Mail pointed out two reasons to trust the French player to sign a new contract with the Red Man.

2 reasons believe Pogba will sign a new contract with MU

The future of midfielder Paul Pogba has spent too much paper and ink of the press. In June last year, the player born in 1993 announced he wanted to leave, but was not met by MU. Unable to leave Old Trafford in Summer 2019, but the player does not seem to give up the intention to leave.

The future of Pogba is very much concerned

The contract between No. 6 and MU is only valid until Summer 2021, according to sources, he has refused to extend it to leave. The representative confirmed the 26-year-old wants to win big titles, he can negotiate with the teams want to be in Summer 2020.

MU is said to want to earn 150 million pounds from his star. However, in a recent development, Paul Pogba stayed at MU instead of looking for a new club in Summer 2020, Daily Mail has pointed out two reasons to believe the French player will sign a new contract with the Red Man.


 Pogba is impressed with the changes in MU. Accordingly, with the presence of Bruno Fernandes, the Old Trafford team is playing well with an unbeaten 11 match series, including 8 victories. If MU buys a few more quality players, he can stay with the Old Trafford team to win the titles.


Due to the influence of Corona Virus (Covid-19), the summer transfer market is unlikely to happen as expected, Euro 2020 finals can also be left until the end of 2020 or held next year, this may be possible. Pogba has to make changes about his future while helping MU have more time thereby persuading the former Juventus star to sign a new contract. https://thenewssports.net/