Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has a year left on his £290,000-a-week contract and it’s yet to be seen if the France international will sign a new Manchester United contract.
A lot has been said whether Pogba will remain a Manchester United player at the end of the summer transfer window.
United has had to ward off interest from Juventus and Real Madrid in the past, but are now facing a determined Paris Saint-Germain.
Former Tottenham player Jamie O’Hara has claimed Pogba won’t sign for United, and that his agent Mino Raiola will push for an exit.
Speaking on talkSPORT radio, former Tottenham man Jamie O’Hara said: “Paul Pogba isn’t going to sign a new deal. Mino Raiola isn’t going to let him sign a new deal to stay at Manchester United for the sake of it.
“Pogba is going to want to see progression. He wants to know ‘are we challenging and are we going to win things?’ The players Man United are signing, I think they are on that way again. I think he’s going to leave on a free.
“In terms of playing, I love Pogba. In the World Cup, he was a breath of fresh air. He doesn’t do it for United, but you’ve also got to understand the players he’s playing are completely different to the players he’s played with for France.”
Meanwhile, a report by the Daily Mail claims Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola is in talks with PSG over a move for his client.
The report claims Mino Raiola is discussing personal terms with PSG, who believe they can sign the 28-year-old midfielder for less than half the £89million he cost United in 2016.