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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been pictured with the Brazilian and Barcelona legend Ronaldinho this week whilst Pogba has been enjoying his summer break in Miami.
Pogba, who was considered to be one of the players of Euro 2020, was part of the France squad who were shockingly eliminated in the round of 16 by Switzerland, losing on penalties.
Since France's departure, Pogba has also been seen with former Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala before later being pictured in a Florida nightclub with Ronaldinho.
Imagine this link-up :fire:
Ronaldinho & Pogba
:camera_with_flash: @paulpogba#UCL pic.twitter.com/aFqter2XFj
- UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) July 6, 2021
In the video of the pair partying in Florida, Ronaldinho and Pogba embraced and clearly showed great respect for one another.
The French midfielder is enjoying the final weeks of his holidays before he is scheduled to return to Manchester United for the new season later this month.
United have reportedly entered discussions with Pogba to extend his contract until at least 2022 however both parties are reportedly not close to an agreement.
According to reports in France this week, Pogba is now open to returning to France this summer with Paris Saint-Germain showing great interest in the midfielder.
PSG have already announced the signing of Georginio Wijnaldum, as they are set to also announce the arrivals of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Sergio Ramos and Achraf Hakimi which will significantly strengthen Mauricio Pochettino's squad.
Pogba had a better season with United last year, yet there have still been suggestions that his performances are inconsistent, particularly in comparison with those for France.
Whilst Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to keep the French star at Old Trafford, he is reportedly aware that the best outcome may be selling the player if he refuses to extend his contract as it is due to expire next year.
Featured Image Credit: Credit: PA
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