- Paul Pogba's departure at Man United is becoming real as the end of the season draws near
- The 26-year-old has been repeatedly linked with a move away from OldTrafford this summer
- The Frenchman joined the Red Devils in 2016 for a staggering £89million from Juventus
The France international's contract at Old Trafford is set to expire in the summer of 2022 and it has been suggested that United should sell rather than keep him till next season.
According to Italian news publication Tuttosport, Pogba's romance at the Theatre of Dreams will be favourable to both club and player.
The 28-year-old has been linked away from United on several occasions since making a mouth-watering £89million move in 2016.
But his persistent injury problems and fitness issues have hindered his game at the club and superagent Mino Raiola has stated on a few occasions that his client will leave the team.
The World Cup winner has scored crucial goals for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men this season including strikes against West Ham, Burnley and Fulham.
The Frenchman even scored the winner in United's Europa League round win over Serie A giants AC Milan.
However, Raiola has insisted that Pogba would leave the club during a recent interview as he said:
“I talk to a lot of sporting directors, managers, trainers and he is widely appreciated.
“I always say there is only one truth in everything. It’s not what I think, it’s not what you think, it’s what the market thinks. So the day that Paul Pogba doesn’t have a club anymore, then he would not be appreciated or under-appreciated.
“But today, if somebody asks me, ‘Can you find a club for Paul?’ I could take my nephew of five (years old) and find a club for Paul at a high level.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United are through to this season's Europa League quarter-final after a hard-fought victory over AC Milan at the San Siro on Thursday night, March 18.
Paul Pogba scored the only goal on the night as the Red Devils grabbed a crucial 1-0 victory away from home.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men United were desperate to secure a favourable result in the second leg clash with a place in the quarter-finals of the European competition at stake, after the first leg ended 1-1 at the Old Trafford.