Paul Pogba speaks out on Man United contract state of affairs
Manchester United star Paul Pogba has announced that he has not yet received a single contract offer from his current employer or any other club.
Pogba, one of the most famous footballers in the world, will leave Man United as a free agent in the summer of 2022 as things stand.
The Frenchman’s contract with the Red Devils expires on June 30 next year and there is currently nothing to suggest he is close to a contract renewal with Man United.
But on the contrary. Pogba, who is on a foreign assignment with France ahead of Euro 2020, has announced that he has not yet received an offer to extend.
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Pogba is quoted by RMC sports reporter Loïc Tanzi:
“I still have one year of contract, everyone knows that. There are no concrete proposals for extension. I’m still with Manchester United. “
These comments from Pogba are hardly upset, as Agent Mino Raiola has done in the past, but Man United fans will be concerned that he is not being offered a new deal just yet.
Pogba has huge resale potential and if it were available for free it would certainly be of interest to some of the biggest clubs in the world.
If United, as Pogba says, has not yet made an official renewal offer, they should hurry up or they run the risk of losing it without receiving a cent.
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