Paul Pogba is looking set to leave Manchester United this summer, that much is for sure.
The France international has certainly had an eventful six-year spell at Old Trafford since that big move from Juventus in 2016, but with his contract now coming to an end, there doesn’t seem to be any sign of him putting pen to paper on a new deal.
While it’s long seemed most likely that Pogba would leave Man Utd for the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus or Paris Saint-Germain, but there’s now talk that he’s open to staying in the Premier League.
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Pogba next club odds
PSG – 9/4
PSG remain the favourites to snap up Pogba this summer, which perhaps makes sense as the Frenchman could be tempted to return home and play for a club who will surely continue to challenge for the Champions League and other major honours.
There’s also been talk of Zinedine Zidane becoming PSG manager and luring Pogba to the Parc des Princes, and what a combination that could be!
Juventus – 10/3
Pogba’s best form came during his time in Turin, so surely this move makes sense for him as he looks to revive his career now? Unfortunately, Juve are also not looking like the force they were a few years ago, so it might not be the best time for a second spell there.
Real Madrid – 5/1
Few players can turn down Real Madrid, and Pogba has been linked with them time and time again as they look to exploit the market for free agents this summer by also targeting big names like Kylian Mbappe, Franck Kessie and Antonio Rudiger.
Many of the club’s previous Galactico signings have usually cost huge sums of money, but the arrivals of these free agents would be just as exciting for the Spanish giants.
Barcelona – 15/2
A few years ago it was claimed that Pogba was holding out for a move to Barcelona from Juventus, prompting him to reject Chelsea. Could he finally end up at the Nou Camp this summer?
Newcastle – 10/1
If Pogba stays in England, it seems cash-rich Newcastle would be the favourites for his signature, though they surely need to ensure they survive relegation first, and then maybe sign a few other world class players just to show they’re serious about challenging the big six?
Arsenal – 16/1
Finally, Arsenal seem to be outsiders for Pogba’s signature at 16/1. We can’t quite see this happening, but the Gunners could do with strengthening in midfield, and we imagine that, for all his flaws, they’d take Pogba.