Pogba to join either PSG, Madrid, Bayern or Juve after clash with Mourinho

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Paul Pogba is being linked with a huge move away from Manchester United.

The Frenchman returned to his former club in 2016 after a four-year stint at Juventus.

After leaving on a free under Sir Alex Ferguson, United had to fork out a club-record £89m to bring Pogba back to England.

But already the midfielder appears to be unsettled at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho was recently seen arguing with Pogba on the touchline at Wembley before dropping him for the visit of Huddersfield one week later.

And the bookies have been quick to act, dropping the odds of a summer exit for the player.

Ligue 1 leaders PSG have been heavily backed to land Pogba, acquiring 38% of all bets on Oddschecker.

Unai Emery’s men have seen their odds halved from 16/1 to 8/1 in recent days.

While Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and former club Juventus are all also in the running.

Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek said: “Real Madrid were interested in securing Pogba’s signature when he re-signed for Man Utd, so it would be no shock if they were set to capitalise on any rift between the Frenchman and Mourinho.

“Although we initially assumed that Real Madrid would be nailed on for Pogba’s next club, it’s another major money player that’s being touted by bookies.

“PSG have entered the fray as a potential next destination for the Frenchman, with bookies fancying the midfielder joining the Ligue 1 leaders.”

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1 thought on “Pogba to join either PSG, Madrid, Bayern or Juve after clash with Mourinho”

  1. When is he leaving? He should hurry up. He is inconsistent to my liking. He is very slow too.Flopped against all the big clubs in England. If you are playing well your agent would the demanding for pay rise. It would be automatic. Take off your mind from Sanchez and focus on your ball and stop that nonsense. We need flair and quick midfielders. Even if the play is a holding midfielder he should be quick then we can challenge city next season if not next season would also be forgotten.

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