Paul Pogba leaves journalists clueless when asked about his Man United future

Paul Pogba leaves journalists clueless when asked about his Man United future

- Paul Pogba's remains uncertain as he refuses to answer question concerning his future

- The 26-year-old had earlier disclosed that he need a new challenge elsewhere while on tour

- Pogba has been linked wth European heavyweights Real Madrid and Juventus this summer

Paul Pogba has refused to disclose his future with Manchester United following the Red Devils club friendly over Perth Glory.

The France international has been linked with a move out of Manchester with Real Madrid and Juventus favourites to land the Frenchman.

And the 26-year-old was asked shortly after United's win over Perth Glory, the Old Tarfford academy graduate said: "Who needs to talk? There's no need."

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Pogba's super agent Mino Raiola recently spoke out about his client's future on talkSPORT radio, saying: "The player has done nothing wrong. He's been professional and respectful.

"The club has known his feelings for a long time. Hopefully there will be soon be a satisfying solution for all parties."

Manchester United responded by increasing Pogba's price tag from £150million to £180million, seas they try to put him out of reach from Real Madrid or Juventus.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to tie Pogba down at the club, and suggested he could be handed the captain's armband next season.

"Yep [Pogba could be United's next captain]. We've got quite a few possibilities there and when the season starts we'll announce it," said the United boss.

"Of course, we'll have a good assessment, see how pre-season goes. But, as you saw, Ashley Young will wear it when he's playing until we decide on someone, yeah."

When asked why he sees the World Cup winner as potential captain material, he added: "Well, I don't think that needs explaining. We'll discuss that later on."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United summer signing Aaron Wan-Bissaka is already living up to his billing just weeks after completing his switch to Old Trafford.

Wan-Bissaka signed for the Red Devils in a £50million deal from Crystal Palace, and has since travelled with United’s squad to Australia for their pre-season tour.

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