Paul Pogba: Man United players, officials believe midfielder has played last game for Red Devils

Paul Pogba: Man United players, officials believe midfielder has played last game for Red Devils

- Paul Pogba has 18 months left on his current deal with Man United

- However, he is now staring at an uncertain future at the club

- Real Madrid are among the top clubs interested in the midfielder

A section of Man United senior players and officials believe Paul Pogba may have played his last match for the club ahead of the January window.

Pogba has not played for United for weeks now after picking an ankle injury at the end of September.

The midfielder was expected to make a return to action against Colchester during the Carabao Cup, but missed the clash with illness.

However, Mirror UK reports some of his team-mates and club officials now contend the Frenchman will never pull on a United shirt again.

This is despite Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s insisting the former Juventus player remains part of his plans.

On his part, Pogba is said to be determined to leave Old Trafford and has set his eyes on the January transfer window.

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The 26-year-old has previously hinted on his desire to play elsewhere, with Real Madrid understood to be leading the race for his services.

Meanwhile, after initially enduring a poor run of results without Pogba, United have rediscovered their form without him in recent weeks, picking huge Premier League wins over Spurs and rivals Man City.

The Manchester outfit has also since sealed a place in the last 32 of the Europa League and a semi final berth in the Carabao Cup.

Earlier, had reported how Manchester United star Nemanja Matic reportedly emerged as January transfer target for Spanish giants Atletico Madrid who are ready to go for his signing.

Nemanja Matic has been struggling for active playing time this season at Manchester United and he could be on his way out of Old Trafford when transfer window opens.

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