The latest comments from Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, have done nothing other than increase doubts over his future. "There's no news, he just said. A message which seemed to made it clear that he is more out than in at Old Trafford.
And the United board have accepted that they will have to say goodbye to Pogba this summer, according to 'ESPN'. They think it is practically impossible for him to continue.
Despite the fact the January transfer window is just around the corner and the board could still try and cash in on him in January, they will not do that. 'ESPN' reports that United would rather let him go for free at the end of the season because the club believe that sacking him in January would be a setback for the side.
Man Utd think it would be much more beneficial for them to keep him until summer rather than get a bit of money for him. Madrid meanwhile are rubbing their hands with glee: the Frenchman is a step closer to moving to the Bernabeu.
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