- Paul Pogba has reportedly told his teammates that he will be leaving Manchester United this summer
- Real Madrid and Juventus are among the leading contenders to sign Paul Pogba
- Last summer he came close to leaving Old Trafford, but potential suitors failed to meet the £150m price tag placed on him
- The Frenchman's current contract will United will end in 2021, but the club has an option of extending the deal by an extra year
Paul Pogba appears to be living on borrowed time at Man United after reportedly informing his teammates he will be leaving in the summer.
Pogba has not featured for United since September as he continues to nurse an ankle injury which has completely disrupted his season at Old Trafford.
It is understood the Frenchman could make a return to action later this month, but chances to see him in a red shirt appear to be numbered.
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Metro UK citing Manchester Evening News reports Pogba's teammates do not expect the World Cup-winning star to be at the club beyond the ongoing season.
Whereas the former Juventus midfielder remains a popular figure with the rest of the squad, it is said he is not focused on his Red Devils career and remains keen to seal a move elsewhere.
The 26-year-old gas previously openly indicated his desire to take up a new challenge elsewhere, with Real Madrid and Juventus among his potential suitors.
Despite a return to Turin being on the cards, Madrid remain his likeliest destination, with current manager Zinedine Zidane a huge admirer.
His current deal with the Red Devils will end in 2021, but the club has the option to extend it by a further year.
Manchester United are currently occupying seventh position on the Premier League standings with 35 points after 25 games played so far this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United listed their January deadline signing Odion Ighalo in their squad for the Europa League round 32 stage.
The Nigerian football star joined the Red Devils in a most-unanticipated fashion for the remainder of the ongoing season following Marcus Rashford's injury.
Prior to his move to Old Trafford last month, the 30-year-old striker had featured for Watford - scoring 17 goals and six assists in 55 Premier League appearances.
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