Paul Pogba looks set to leave Manchester United this summer with both Real Madrid and Juventus keen to sign him.
The French midfielder has endured a tough year in England, playing well but often baring the brunt of the abuse from the media and fans for United’s failure to make it to the Champions League next season.
His agent Mino Raiola confirmed to The Times newspaper that his client intends to leave this summer, stating: “Everyone knows the willingness of Paul to move on. We are in the process of that. Everyone knows what the feelings of Paul are.”
Sky Sport Italia now report that there are two clubs that look the likeliest destinations for Pogba this summer: Real Madrid and Juventus.
Sky also suggest that of the two clubs, the 26-year-old would prefer a return to Turin and has been keen on coming back since before the end of the season.
A report in French paper L’Équipe follows on similar lines, but suggest that Real Madrid may be better placed to sign him.
L’Équipe also report that Pogba and his team have been seriously considering snubbing Manchester United’s demand that he travels to Australia tomorrow for the start of their pre-season.