Connect with us

Manchester United

Manchester United rejected Paul Pogba exit plan

Published

on

Manchester United rejected Paul Pogba exit plan

Manchester United allegedly played out a U-turn on selling Paul Pogba before football’s recent closedown.

Paul Pogba moved to Manchester United for a then-world-record fee in 2016 but he has to a great extent failed to grandstand his actual ability.

Without a doubt, this season, two separate foot injuries have destroyed his season. He only made few appearances before the the shutdown of the game across Europe.

In that capacity, Ivisionsport guarantees Manchester United grew tired of the Frenchman’s physical issues and wanted to sell him.

The report says the Red Devils would have acknowledged proposals around the €100million for the midfielder.

Notwithstanding, Manchester United changed their position in the days prior to the coronavirus lockdown, with Paul Pogba recapturing fitness.

Manchester United need to sign more players, they are unwilling to pay Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho asking price, the Red Devils only value the youngster at around £50m.

It remains to be seen if Manchester United would be signing quality player this summer’s transfer window.

MORE: Manchester United not willing pay Jadon Sancho asking price amid Chelsea interest

MORE: Chelsea winger prefers Manchester United move for one significant reason

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2020 Ivisionsport. All Rights Reserved