A report from the English newspaper Mirror revealed that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba rejected a contract extension offer. Despite the fact that The Red Devils want to keep the 28-year-old, it seems they’ll need to face the reality of life without Pogba.
Sky Sports reports that Pogba is unlikely to sign a contract extension at Manchester United amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain. It’s reported that the France international has a new deal by the Premer League side by that’s worth around €58-million and would keep the midfielder until 2025.
Nonetheless, Sky Sport is now the second English source confirming that Pogba doesn’t plan on extending his deal. Despite Manchester United wanting to keep their midfielder, they’re looking at other alternatives such as Stade Rennes’ Eduardo Camavinga and Bayern Munich’s Leon Goretzka.
The English club now has an ultimatum on whether they want to hold onto Pogba and risk losing him on a free transfer next summer.
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