The midfielder is growing increasingly tired with life at Old Trafford and wants out, having failed to secure a move away in the summer.
Real Madrid and Juventus are two potential landing spots for the Frenchman, who was left out of the squad for United’s 2-0 defeat at Arsenal on New Year’s Day after suffering yet another injury setback.
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Paul Pogba recently flew to France and played in a charity game with his brothers
Calciomercato report that Juventus are monitoring Pogba’s situation closely and are pushing to try and complete a deal for the midfielder to return to the club he left for United in 2016.
The 26-year-old has struggled for fitness this season and has only been able to make just eight appearances for United in all competitions.
However, Pogba, who also missed the 2-0 win over Burnley last week, flew to France days after to participate in a charity match in France with his brothers Mathias and Florentin.
Videos also surfaced online showing Pogba dancing at his brother’s wedding and playing basketball with NBA star Jimmy Butler despite supposedly being injured.
The midfielder, who is linked with a return to Juventus, has missed United’s last two matches
Pogba is said to have informed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he needs more time to fully overcome the ankle injury that has kept him on the sidelines for three months.
Solskjaer’s remark about the surgery appeared to be more of a thinly-veiled dig at Pogba’s entourage, with the player’s relationship with the club seemingly deteriorating even more following comments from his agent Mino Raiola.
‘Pogba’s problem is Manchester United. It’s a club out of touch with reality and without a sporting project,’ Raiola said this week.
‘I wouldn’t take anyone there, they would even ruin Maradona, Pele and Maldini. Paul needs a club and a squad, one like Juventus was before.’
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Pogba’s people have ‘told him’ to have surgery on his ankle injury
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola recently made scathing comments about United in the press