Brother of Man Utd star warns he’ll walk away from Old Trafford for free

Paul Pogba’s brother has added fuel to rumours that the midfielder is approaching the final stages of his Manchester United career.

Mathias Pogba, who plays for Racing Murcia in Spain, has confirmed that his brother is content in his current surroundings, but also claims he has not seen any hints that he will commit to United beyond the expiration of his current deal in 2022.

“He is happy. He is improving his game,” Mathias Pogba told El Chiringuito, whilst speaking about his brother Paul.

“He has a year left on his contract. I don’t know [if he will stay until then]. I can’t help you right now.

“The only thing I can say is if United want money, they have to sell him now. That’s the only thing I can say. If not, he’ll go for free.

“I haven’t heard anything about him renewing his contract.”

Pogba didn’t feature last night as United beat Southampton 9-0, instead he was one of the players rested to play Everton at the weekend.

The World Cup-winner was voted Manchester United player of the month for his performances in January, which bodes well for the rest of the season. If Pogba can kick us into the next level between now and the end of the season I will be very happy.

Now it seems like Pogba is trying to give something back before it’s too late.

However, having your brother running his mouth in the press won’t help anything.

They’re all spending too much time with Mino Raiola.

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3 responses to “Brother of Man Utd star warns he’ll walk away from Old Trafford for free”

  1. Matt Smyth says:

    Hasnt looked like a player who isn’t happy in recent games ? I know he was left out last night but didnt make a difference to the result . We managed without him and will continue to do so if he is to leave . Van De Beck is ready to step in and I’m sure the money we get for him can be well invested into signing 3 players that want to be at the club for the right reasons

  2. Michael Noctor says:

    He’s capable of moments of brilliance. His speciality is his disappearing act and at times watching a United game is like playing Where’s Wally. He’s been making a greater effort recently and has made a difference in a few games but it’s out of character and only a matter of time (short) until he reverts to bad form. It’s in his nature. He can’t help it. It’s a shame.

  3. Shaggy Bat says:

    Poul Pogba deserves to be considered as the best player of the season rather tongue wagging