Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has decided to sell Paul Pogba in the summer.
Reports from Tuttosport via Express indicates that Woodward has decided to cash in on the player at this time with the French midfielder future having been a subject of discussion in the last two transfers; Pogba only having a year left on his contract.
There had been reports that United might make a U-turn and hand Pogba a new deal but the players’ agent has had indicated earlier that the player might be open for a new challenge.
Earlier in the season, Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola had a public spat with United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and according to those reports, it is not something the club took on lightly.
Pogba, on the other hand, has not featured for United since December but is back in training as they hope to have him back in action should the league resume after the coronavirus break.
The world cup winner has strongly been linked with a return to Juventus with the Serie A giants said to be ready to part ways with two players to get back their man.
Apart from Juventus, the player is attracting interest from Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid.