Football NewsRed Devils confirm Paul Pogba departure
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Paul Pogba is about to move on to a new challenge after a baffled second spell at Old Trafford.


What did the Red Devils say about Paul?

The Red Devils have confirmed that the French international will leave the club when his contract expires on 30 June, with the midfielder closing on his return to Man Utd on a free transfer. Paul became the most expensive player in Man Utd history when he re-signed for the Bianconeri club in an £89m deal back in 2016. Unfortunately, Paul Pogba could not justify this high price tag and Manchester United decided not to renew his contract after his last crushed campaign.

Man Utd has finally said goodbye to the French international in a statement on their official website that the club may announce that Pogba will leave Man Utd at the end of June, once his contract expires. Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Paul on his successful career and thank him for his contributions to Man Utd. It was also said that they wish him all the best for the next steps in a wonderful journey.


Paul Pogba talks about Man Utd

Taking to social media after the Red Devils’ announcement, the Frenchman posted that he felt honored to play for the club. According to Paul Pogba, there are many beautiful moments and memories, but most importantly, the unconditional support of the fans. Pogba thanks Man Utd!


A little about the topic

Paul returned to Man Utd after four extremely successful seasons with Juventus, where he became a multiple Serie A winner and one of the best midfielders in Europe. Ultimately, Paul Pogba failed to develop that reputation at Manchester, though as the Carabao Cup and Europa League double in his first season back under Mourinho proved to be the only trophy he would win with the Red Devils.

The 2021-22 season was arguably his worst, as the Frenchman only scored once in 29 appearances across all competitions while battling familiar fitness challenges. Paul was a World Cup winner with France in 2018 but has never been able to reach the same high level at club level with Manchester United and he will leave Old Trafford with a total of 39 goals and 51 assists to his name.