Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba could end his second spell at Old Trafford after this current campaign as he is being offered to numerous clubs by his representative Mino Raiola.
Mino is not happy with the way his client is being treated by the Red Devils, so he is trying all he could to get a new club for the one-time world’s most expensive player in the summer.
The Frenchman moved from Scudetto Champions Juventus to Manchester United in 2016 and has since been phenomenal for José Mourinho’s team recording 82 appearances in all competitions after two seasons.
Pogba left Manchester United in 2012 due to the treatment he received from Alex Ferguson who was the manager, but he made his return to the club during Mourinho’s first season as Manchester United’s manager for a world-record fee of £100million
The player’s return hasn’t been too good as there are reports that he is having a sore relationship with José Mourinho which made the coach leave him out of his starting lineup for four consecutive matches including their Champions League goalless draw against Sevilla on Wednesday.
According to TalkSPORT, Raiola is in search of a club who could afford to pay Pogba’s £200k weekly wage.
Apart from his reported misunderstanding with Mourinho, the midfielder is recently being played out of position in order to accommodate Alexis Sanchez in the Red Devils starting lineup which didn’t go well with the Frenchman who has featured in 24 matches for the Old Trafford outfit in all competitions this season.
Real Madrid could be his next destination as the Los Blancos battled for his signature in 2016 before he opted for United, but it is yet to be seen if Madrid will want to pay such a huge sum for the 24-year-old.