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Pogba is out of Manchester United this summer after 6 continuous years

Pogba is out of Manchester United this summer after 6 continuous years

Manchester United announced yesterday the departure of French international midfielder Paul Pogba from his ranks this summer, after six years spent in his second period with the “Red Devils”.

And a club statement stated that the 2018 World Cup winner will leave “at the end of this June when his contract expires,” amid reports of his possible return to Italian Juventus, where he played between 2012 and 2016 after a first period with United, in whose ranks he graduated from the junior teams.

United had brought Pogba back to Old Trafford in 2016 with a world record deal at the time of 89 million pounds ($112 million).

Pogba did not present with United the levels that he appeared in Juventus, and was one of the most prominent elements who contributed to the crowning of Bianconeri with the Italian League title four times, or his pivotal role with the French national team in the World Cup Russia 2018.

His best period, albeit not miraculous, was with Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, when United won their last titles in 2017 by winning the European League “European League” and the English League Cup.

And the club added in a statement that the 29-year-old player, “his last 233 matches with United ended in the tenth minute at Anfield (in the loss against Liverpool) in April 2022 after he had to leave due to another physical setback.”

At a time when reports indicated that Paris Saint-Germain could be a possible destination, the Italian “La Gazzetta dello Sport” mentioned the possibility that the Frenchman would wait for the release of his documentary film “Bogmantry” on June 17 on the Amazon Prime Video platform to officially announce his decision.

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