Paul Pogba rejects new Man United contract

Paul Pogba has reportedly turned down a huge new £50million Manchester United contract.

The France midfielder’s agent Mino Raiola has already discussed personal terms with PSG.

Paul Pogba is believed to be leaving United ahead of a summer swoop.

Now the Mirror say United’s £89m record buy has rejected a lengthy new Old Trafford deal.

This was including a pay rise from £250k a week to £350k.

That would leave Pogba, 28, far more likely to leave in this transfer window.

United is not ready to lose him for nothing next summer.

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Paul Pogba on his way out of United

Old Trafford chiefs had hoped for £50m if they are forced to sell the former Juventus superstar.

But PSG hope to secure a budget £40m move over the ace’s contract situation.

Raiola claimed last December ‘it’s over’ for Pogba at United as he ‘needs a change of scenery.

The agent said that Pogba was ‘unhappy’ there.

And at Euro 2020 Pogba insisted there was ‘no concrete proposal’ to keep him.

But Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been determined to extend Pogba’s stay.

He had prepared for him a key role alongside Bruno Fernandes.

Pogba had a mostly impressive second half of last season, reflecting United’s overall improvement.

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