United won’t let Pogba leave the club

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United told Pogba that they would not let him go to another club.

Manchester’s midfielder Paul Pogba will not leave the English club anytime soon. The bosses of the Red Devils do not plan to let him go to another club, despite the destroyed relations between the Frenchman and the team’s mentor, Jose Mourinho.

The leadership believes that the performer should still be useful, so he will not be sold, reports the Daily Mail.

Recall Pogba came out of the starting line-up of the team in the last matches of the Premier League with Arsenal and Fulham, but is supposed to return to the first XI in the match of the 6th round of the UCL group stage.

Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic wants United’s performer Paul Pogba to join the Old Lady.

Pogba’s relationship with the Red Devils’ head coach, Jose Mourinho, has finally deteriorated this season.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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