Renewing Pogba contract aren’t consider by Man UnitedNovember 18, 2021
Manchester United are seemingly unwilling to renewing Paul Pogba contract. One which is set to expire next June. The Reds Devils are not contemplating offering the Frenchman a new deal, at least not for the time being.
Pogba has not lived up to expectations following his 105 million euro move from Juventus back in 2016 and he is currently earning 12m euros per season.
The relationship between the two parties has not been ideal in the last few months, as the French midfielder has failed to rediscover his form at the Red Devils.
Pogba received a direct red card in Manchester United’s 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Liverpool after coming off the bench and was handed a three-game ban, before picking up an injury while on international duty, with the Red Devils now expecting him to be sidelined until 2022.
Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid seem to be the main suitors to acquire the player’s services next summer, with Pogba free to sign a pre-contract agreement with another club from January 1, 2022.
Real Madrid considering the Frenchman as renewing Pogba contract is not in picture
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has told his club’s board that Los Blancos should set their sights on free agents due to the financial struggles of the club following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Despite Pogba falling in that category, there are some at Real Madrid who are not particularly fond of the French midfielder. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti, and a few first-team players who know Pogba well, would all be keen to see him join Real Madrid in July.
As MARCA has reported, Luka Modric is going to extend his contract until 2023, but Real Madrid are open to the idea of further strengthening their midfield next summer. That’s when Kylian Mbappe is also expected to join Los Blancos on a free transfer from PSG.