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Video: Watch Paul Pogba Tell Reporters in Tokyo That He Wants to Leave Man Utd

Video: Watch Paul Pogba Tell Reporters in Tokyo That He Wants to Leave Man Utd

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has confirmed to journalists in Tokyo that he wants to leave the Premier League giants this summer ‘for a new challenge somewhere else’.

The French World Cup winner has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford for several months now, with the Sun reporting that both Real Madrid and Pogba’s former club Juventus are interested in signing him during the current transfer window.

The 26-year-old was a world-record signing when he re-signed for United in the summer of 2016 for a fee of £89 million but things haven’t exactly gone according to plan, particularly last season, with the Red Devils’ sixth-place finish in the Premier League meaning Pogba and his team-mates are facing another campaign in the Europa League.

It seems Pogba has had enough of life in Manchester, as he explained to journalists at an event for Adidas earlier today:

A parting of the ways seems inevitable, but where do you think Pogba will be playing his football from September 1?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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