Man Utd star set to snub €14 million a year deal

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As contract talks between Manchester United and Paul Pogba continue to stall, new reports are suggesting that the midfielder is determined to leave the club at all cost.

Pogba’s current deal is set to expire next year, and the club have made him a €14 million a year deal, but he doesn’t seem interested in taking it.

According to Italian news outlet, Gazzetta dello sport, the 28 year old has already told his agent, Mino Raiola, to prioritise his return to former club, Juventus.

The interesting part of the report, however, is that Juve aren’t willing to pay as much €14 million a year to the World Cup winner, but that notwithstanding, he’s willing to accept a pay cut to see the move come to be.

Moreso, Real Madrid and PSG are two other clubs that will fight for Pogba’s signature once he becomes a free agent at the end of the season.

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