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Mino Raiola already working to find Paul Pogba’s next club as Frenchman remains unhappy with playing time

Paul Pogba’s time at Old Trafford appears to be coming to a bitter end with his super-agent Mino Raiola now working hard to find his star client a new club.

Pogba, 27, rejoined United in 2016 from Juventus, four-years after departing the Reds’ youth academy.

The talented Frenchman’s second Old Trafford coming cost the club’s hierarchy a whopping £94.5m, as per Transfermakrt.

However, a long-lasting period of underwhelming performances and a string of inconsistencies have caused the World Cup winner to come under relentless criticism, from fans and pundits alike.

Very rarely is Pogba’s talent brought into question, however, his work ethic, desire and commitment almost always is.

Does he look like a player happy to be a star man at one of the biggest clubs in the world? – Not really, no.

The latest in the midfielder’s news attracting sporting life comes directly from his super-agent Raiola.

Late on Monday evening Raiola shockingly claimed that his star client was ‘unhappy’ at United, as per BBC Sport.

In light of the shocking news, Stretty News reached out to a source close to Raiola who confirmed to us that the super-agent is in fact already working to find a suitor for the Frenchman.

Despite Raiola’s activity sounding out the next destination for his world-famous client, we understand that the line of suitors is not very long.

It is our understanding that Raiola is having to pitch Pogba to clubs rather than be the one fighting off the calls for his talented client.

It has been confirmed to us that Pogba’s underlining unhappiness comes from his limited game-time. The 27-year-old feels like he is too high of a profile player to be demoted to the subs bench and Bruno Fernandes’ emergence has only piled on Pogba’s misery.

A January transfer away from United now looks more likely than not for Pogba as the midfielder has never been so close to the Reds’ exit as what he is now.

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