Published: Wed, September 12, 2018
Sports | By Juana Wells

Paul Pogba opens up about his situation at Man United

Paul Pogba opens up about his situation at Man United

Pogba cost Manchester United £89m back in the summer of 2016 and was linked with a move back to Juventus or a switch to Barcelona during the recent transfer window.

The hit in stature hasn't gone unnoticed either, with Real Madrid and Manchester United showing an interest in him. The Portuguese manager's future at Old Trafford is under speculations as Zinedine Zidane is being expected to take charge from him.

This would allow the clubs to settle for a swap deal which would include Paulo Dybala and Paul Pogba trading clubs. Argentine International, Dybala has been in terrific form for his current club Juventus.

The former Porto, Chelsea, Internazionale, and Real Madrid boss had built a reputation as a little hard to work with, quite egotistical, and as someone whose "win at all costs" mentality didn't mesh with many at the top level.

The reason, Paul Pogba says, was to not distract from the France team.

Juventus would not be willing to sell their star forward in mid-season.

The French World Cup victor has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League and Manchester United over the past few weeks and The Mirror are reporting today they he already knows the players he wants to take to the Theatre Of Dreams.

Juve would have to agree to sell highly-rated attacker Dybala, who is rumoured to be valued at around £110m - more than the amount United would want for Pogba.

United have publicly advertised for the position of a recruitment analyst as the club aims improve its scouting procedure, according to a report in Manchester Evening News.

Dybala's transfer to United looks unlikely this season.

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