Date: 4th May 2020 at 9:04am
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Are we approaching the end of a long-running saga or is it just more media bluff?

Like many others, I’ve lost count of just how many articles have appeared relating to the future of our World Cup-winning midfielder Paul Pogba.

Over the last few months’ the pendulum has swung both ways, should he stay or should he go being the choices to hand.

However, speculation surfaced yesterday that the 27-year-old is now set to leave Manchester United.

According to Sunday Express matters are starting to progress with the suggestion being made that Pogba has told Manchester United that he will not be signing a new deal.

Furthermore, our referenced source is inferring that Real Madrid could be his destination with the Spanish giants preparing a £70 million bid.

The size of the fee may not be of the magnitude once expected but with the game set to suffer financial complications courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic, my view is that the Old Trafford hierarchy should do the deal as soon as practically possible.

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8 Replies to “It’s Time To Bid Goodbye To A Manchester United Legend”

  • I am personally sick and tired of this player’s attitude towards our team.Let him go please.

    • If / when official this will be confirmation Pogba couldn’t hack it in the EPL. He is a 2 time failure, once again proving SAF right.

    • We’ve had better and will get far better, no one player is bigger than the name Manchester United

  • Legend??? How is he a legend? He’s underperformed during our lowest period of the last 25 years. That being said, I hope he stays and forms an amazing partnership with Fernandes.

    • Were.s the united legend you ar talking about in this must b only watching united over the last couple of years if you think pogba is a legend

  • Yes I agree, his heart is not with Mufc. Therefore it’s affecting the club, so he had to leave a long time ago

  • A legend he is not. The club is bigger than any player. If his attitude is tha same he won’t get very far. Best wishes for his new club if he goes

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