On his way out of Old Trafford in January?
Manchester United officials are reportedly convinced that Paul Pogba has played his last game for the club, ahead of the January transfer window.
The Frenchman has been out of action for a while now, with injury problems and a supposed illness.
That has meant Pogba hasn’t played for Manchester United since the back end of September, and that’s only furthered suggestions of a move away.
The midfielder has been linked with a move to Real Madrid since the summer, and reports of an exit are refusing to go away.
It was reported at the beginning of the month that Pogba was still ‘determined’ to leave the cub.
Now, according to a new report, Man United officials are already resigned to losing Pogba.
Man United ‘convinced’ Pogba has played his last game
According to the Mirror, Manchester United officials are convinced that Pogba has played his last game for the club.
They claim: ‘there is a growing belief within United that Pogba’s continued absence is a sure-fire indication he is on his way, despite the club’s public stance on their most high-profile player’.
Man United, according to the Mirror, remain adamant publicly that Pogba will not be leaving in January.
But, ‘Pogba is understood to still be determined to force his way out of United, ideally next month when the transfer window reopens, with Real Madrid leading the race to sign him’.
It certainly won’t be cheap if any club wants to sign Pogba in January, though.
The Mirror also claim that any club wanting to sign the Frenchman will have to pay £150 million.