Premier League giants Manchester United and Paul Pogba are reportedly keen to go their separate ways when the transfer window will be re-opened in the summer despite suggestions that the playmaker could now sign a new contract at Old Trafford.
The France international is yet to play in 2020 for the Red Devils due to an ankle injury and has been consistently rumoured with a move to Real Madrid and Juventus.
A recent report suggester that the 2018 World Cup-winning midfielder was considering making a U-turn and could potentially sign a new long-term contract with the 20-times English champions having seemingly had a change of heart.
However, according to The Sun, Frenchman’s career at Old Trafford is over, with both teams determined to part ways during the summer transfer window.
The report suggests that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team are still holding out for offers of around £100m, though, and it stays to be seen whether the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus are prepared to meet the asking price.
Pogba’s current contract at Old Trafford will end in June 2021, although the Red Devils do have the option of activating a further 12 months to protect his value.