Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola’s has revealed that the midfielder is unhappy at Manchester United and should change clubs in January if given the chance.
In June 2022 the Frenchman’s contract expires, and he could leave Old Trafford in January 2022 at the level of having no contract with the club unless they sell him.
Pogba, 27, has made eight Premier League appearances, including his first five in the league this season, and scored on Saturday in United’s win over West Ham United. 3-1.
“Paul Pogba is unhappy and unable to express himself as expected. He should have changed clubs. He should have doubted the air in a place other than the one he deserved because he deserved all the things I listed,” said his agent.
He added: “He has a contract that will expire at United in a year and a half, but the best thing is to sell him once the transfer window opens. Pogba does not need to be extended. His contract at Old Trafford was not in the first place and United was ahead of him. “
Pogba, who returned to Manchester United from Juventus in 2016, made no secret of his desire to play for Real Madrid in the future and in November French coach Didier Deschamps announced: “Pogba will never be happy at United, this is the kind of situation he finds himself in. “
Pogba made 22 appearances in all competitions for United last season due to injury, but in August Raiola said they would stay to extend his contract but on Monday Raiola said: “Pogba’s stay at United has come to an end and there should be no roundabout, everything should be clarified without delay.”