No January Transfer for Paul Pogba
Following the report from Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba agent of his client leaving the club in January, news has now been received that the player is not going anywhere. This was from the same agent who was saying the player will leave in January.
According to Mino Raiola Paul Pogba’s agent who earlier said his client is not happy at United has now come out to say his client Pogba is unlikely to leave Manchester United during the January transfer window.
Mino Raiola, however, insists the midfielder could join a new club next summer. The France international posted a message on his Instagram handle saying he is 1000% committed to Manchester United and this suggests he has no intention of leaving the club soon.
Raiola has now hinted that the reaction to his initial comments was over the top, but he still believes a summer transfer for the 27-year-old is on the cards.
According to him, he said: “When it comes to him in England, they are sensitive, perhaps too sensitive.” “In January, the big players hardly move, then in the summer let’s see what happens.”
Pogba’s future has been an almost constant source of speculation for the last couple of seasons, and reports are currently liking him with a return to Juventus.
But with this current development, Pogba might remain in the club for few more years if not longer. Also Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has ruled out Pogba’s transfer from the club.