Paul Pogba Will '100%' Leave Manchester United Next Summer
Paul Pogba is set to finally complete a transfer away from Manchester United next summer, according to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Speaking on the CBS Sports Que Golazo podcast, Romano revealed that he "100%" believes that Pogba will leave Old Trafford before next season - but Juventus will need to improve their offer if they want to lure the midfielder to Turin.
Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey have apparently been offered to the Red Devils in exchange for Pogba, but United will only accept cash or a "top, top player" in return for the World Cup winner.
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Pogba has only made 11 appearances in the Premier League this season, with injuries holding back the 27-year-old from making a bigger impact.
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Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has still guided his side into fourth in the Premier League without the club record signing, leaving fans more open to letting Pogba go.
The form of Bruno Fernandes since his arrival has also had an impact, with the Portuguese becoming vital to the Red Devils' fortunes after ten goals and six assists in 14 top flight matches this campaign.
:flag_pt: Bruno Fernandes in 45 minutes:- thesportsman (@TheSportsman) December 7, 2020
:black_small_square: Most chances created in all of Europe's top five leagues this season.
:black_small_square: More chances created than any Man United player in the last decade.@TheUnitedLink ' @B_Fernandes8 pic.twitter.com/W9P1uqvhAL
Meanwhile, Juventus are on the lookout for new impetus after a tough start under new manager Andrea Pirlo.
The Italian has led the Bianconeri to sixth place in Serie A after 13 matches this season. They are ten points behind league leaders AC Milan - albeit with a game in hand on their rivals.
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