Juventus director Fabio Paratici has once again hinted at a possible move for Paul Pogba. The French midfielder is reportedly unhappy at Manchester United and the rumours on the midfielder’s future at Old Trafford increased after his agent Mino Raiola told during an interview that Pogba has to leave Man United next summer. The midfielder has a contract until the summer of 2022 at United.
Following the comments of Raiola, Paratici admitted that the Italians still admire Pogba very much, but he wasn’t ready to commit himself to any transfer just yet. “That is not the right question, I think it’d be rather costly,” he told Sport Mediaset. “We love him very much, we know he is a great player, but right now he is at Manchester United.”
Pogba started United’s clash with RB Leipzig on Tuesday from the bench, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisting that this was a tactical choice and not a response to Raiola’s comments. “As soon as Pogba’s agent realises it is a team sport the better,” he said. “I don’t want to spend energy on that. You have to ask Paul if he is happy or not, I’m not going to speak for him. Paul is focused on doing his best for the team.”