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Paul Pogba always wanted to leave Manchester United after 3 years

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Paul Pogba always planned to leave Manchester United after spending 3 years at the Old Trafford, according to Beyond the Pitch podcast presenting team.

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The 26-year-old world cup winner has been linked to Real Madrid and Juventus for the past few weeks amidst reports that the Frenchman is unhappy with his time in Manchester.

Arriving for £89m in 2016, Paul Pogba’s time at the Old Trafford has been marred with controversies and now if Phil Brown and Martin Wallwork is to be believed, it was always his plan to make an exit in 3 years time:

“Let’s have it right, Martin, it’s always been Paul Pogba’s objective to leave the football club after three years.”

To which Wallwork replied: “We’ve been saying this for two years, because – and I don’t want to say we were privy to that information – but what we were told and what was discussed with us, was exactly that. It was a three-year plan.

“It’s almost no surprise. It’s been leading up to this.”

Meanwhile, Juventus’ sporting director Fabio Paratici has revealed that Paul Pogba is always welcome at Juve, even though he’s a Manchester United player now:

“Pogba plays for Manchester United, we love him a lot of course because he played here for several years,” he said.

“He grew here a lot, and became world champion, so he certainly gave us a lot but he is a player of Manchester United.”

Credits: Dailystar

Mido says that Paul Pogba won't stay at Manchester United even if he is given the captainship
Mido says that Paul Pogba won’t stay at Manchester United even if he is given the captainship

So, it seems like everything; all the news, stories and rumours in the world have been indicating towards a Paul Pogba exit.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ‘reportedly’ already made peace with it and would much rather prefer it if the Frenchman is sold in the summer.

But what about you guys? Would you prefer to let him leave after everything that has happened in the last season?


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