Paul Pogba: Manchester United club-record signing wants out amidst Real Madrid interest - Les Parisien


Pogba looked destined to leave United during the early stages of the season during the tumultuous tenure of former manager Jose Mourinho but since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, his form has dramatically improved.

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Since the Norwegian took the job, Pogba has scored nine goals and assisted a further seven in 19 games but according to French publication, Les Parisien the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner wants out.

Amid the reported interest from Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, Pogba is said to be growing disillusioned by the vision and direction of the club - which has allegedly caused strain in the relationship with the new head coach.

With United having dropped to sixth place in the Premier League, it's likely to Red Devils will have to settle for UEFA Europe League football and the lure of a new project with Los Blancos is reported to be on Pogba's agenda.

It remains to be seen whether United will be willing to facilitate the exit of their record signing, given the indications of a squad overhaul at the end of the current campaign.