Ralf Rangnick, the manager of Manchester United, has revealed that Paul Pogba will leave the club in the summer.
The France midfielder’s last game for the Red Devils will be against Liverpool in midweek, as he went off with a calf injury.
His contract ends this summer, and Rangnick believes there is little possibility the Frenchman would renew it since the future manager may not want his skills at Old Trafford.
The German gaffer, who addressed the press ahead of Manchester United’s clash against Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday, said, “As it seems right now, he will not renew his contract and, I don’t know, maybe the club or (incoming boss) Erik (Ten Hag) will also not want to renew the contract. I don’t know.
“But it’s most likely that he won’t be here anymore next season.”
Red Devils’ fans recently booed the 29-year-old during United’s 3-2 victory over Norwich.
The World Cup winner was booed off the pitch, and the £90million man responded by cupping his ears at full-time.