Paul Pogba's fate has raised a question in public for past months. There are several rumors about his future in Old Trafford and he's been linked to several top clubs. Paul Pogba has returned to Manchester United after spends an amazing four years with Juventus in Serie A. His performances at La Vecchia Signora allowed him to return to Old Trafford in 2016 for a then-world record transfer fee of 105 million euro.
But sadly he couldn't repeat his success in Old Trafford and couldn't reach people expectation to this date. Therefore, his fate is still unclear. There are a lot of rumors surrounding him in the past months. The most potential suitor is Real Madrid, who openly admit that they are interested to sign Paul Pogba for the next transfer market.
Manchester United's manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently has released his statement about Paul Pogba's fate. He is open to letting Paul Pogba leave this summer if he decides he no longer wants to play for the club. Furthermore, the Frenchman is believed to be keen on a move to Real Madrid. One of his main reason is Manchester United's failure to qualify for the Champions League. Their failure in the Champions League is likely to increase his desire to move to Santiago Bernabeu next season.
Ed Woodward Wouldn't Let Paul Pogba Leave Old Trafford
But unlike Ole Gunnar Solksjaer who is openly letting Paul Pogba to left Old Trafford, Manchester United's chairman Ed Woodward has a different thought about their most expensive player.
Ed Woodward views the midfielder as an important symbol of Manchester United's worldwide appeal. Online casino Malaysia noticed that Ed Woodward blocked Paul Pogba for joining Barcelona last summer when the Frenchman fell out with Jose Mourinho.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer himself has spoken out about his desire to keep Paul Pogba but recently refused to guarantee he will stay at the club this summer. The news reported that Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and Ed Woodward disagree over the Frenchman's future. Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has the opinion that the club should not keep a player that doesn't want to be there. Meanwhile, Ed Woodward feels Paul Pogba's exit would damage Manchester United's reputation but Ole Gunnar Solksjaer can ill-afford to carry passengers ahead of his first full season in charge of The Red Devils. And Paul Pogba part is said to be determined to push through an exit even if the club's stance is that they will not listen to any offers.