Paul Pogba rejects £350k/week contract at Manchester United

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has rejected a contract extension and is set to leave the club, according to reports. The midfielder has just one year remaining on his current deal and has attracted the interest of several clubs.

Pogba left the club on a free transfer in 2012 after running down his contract and Manchester United are in danger of succumbing to the same fate unless they decide to cash in on the France international this summer.

According to the Mirror, Pogba has rejected a new contract proposal from the club potentially worth a whopping £50m, with a weekly salary of £350,000. The proposed contract would make him the second-highest earner at the club, just behind David de Gea at £375,000 per week.

The report claims that Pogba is unwilling to commit his long-term future to the club and could now have forced Manchester United into selling him this summer.

Pogba and his entourage are said to have rejected fresh terms at Old Trafford and are looking to press ahead with plans to push through a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

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  1. Get rid, dont let him hold us to ransom. Theres still time to get a worthy replacement that doesnt come with the circus.

    1. It will been better to let Pogba go, because he stays, it bring down fall of the team. There are much better midfielders out there. Even since Pogba returns back to the team, nothing was achieved. Please let him go to any were he wanted.

  2. Turning down that contract is the best thing he’s ever done for manchester united. If sir Alex didn’t trust him, why did Ed Woodward bring him back?

  3. There has to come a point where despite his undoubted talent he carries too much baggage for it all to be worth the drama that comes with him and his agent. His performances in the euros were sublime and I would have him at Utd all day long but if a player won’t come out and say he wants to play for the club then joining PSG (doesn’t guarantee him trophies) or any club isn’t because we aren’t offering him enough money, ultimately we should sell him as he hasn’t overachieved for us or we are holding back. He’s not bigger than the club and his agent is a disgrace to football.

  4. If he doesn’t want to sign a new contract, let him go. What difference has he made to the club?

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