Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has hinted at an exit from the Premier League club by admitting “it could be a good time for a new challenge.” After being linked with a move away from Manchester United for some time, Paul Pogba has actually flat-out admitted that now could be the right time for him to take up a ‘new challenge’ in football.
The bombshell from the World Cup winner, which he dropped while speaking to reporters in Japan, comes at a time when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is tasked with the unenviable task of rebuilding the club following a dismal season at Old Trafford. Both Real Madrid and Juventus have been touted as possible destinations with one report even claiming Pogba could go on strike to force a move.
In these dark times, what a club needs is for its fans to show patience and understanding as they fight to return the club to their glory days. And where could we find this patience and understanding? Twitter, of course. The 26-year-old’s future in English football has been under the microscope for a number of weeks following a difficult season at Old Trafford.
After a disappointing end to 2018-19, the former Juventus Star was captured arguing with a supporter and has struggled to live up to his £89m price tag since his move from Italy in 2016.
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