Man Utd fans convinced of Paul Pogba transfer exit after Solskjaer's Arsenal squad snub

Posted Thursday, January 02, 2020 by

Man Utd fans convinced of Paul Pogba transfer exit after Solskjaer's Arsenal squad snub
Paul Pogba's time at Manchester United could be over this month (Image: GETTY)

Manchester United fans have made up their minds over Paul Pogba’s future.

Manchester United supporters are certain that Paul Pogba will leave the club in January after his absence for the clash against Arsenal on New Year’s Day. The World Cup winning midfielder’s future has been up in the air since a possible move to Real Madrid broke down in the summer, but he could be on his way out over the next four weeks.

Pogba wasn’t named in the squad for the test against Mikel Arteta’s Gunners at the Emirates, hinting that his time at the club could be over.

The 26-year-old returned from a long-term injury in December having missed 10 Premier League fixtures since October, but his displays against Watford and Newcastle could be his last for the Red Devils.

Pogba has been linked with a return to Juventus in a repeat of his transfer back in 2012, but Zinedine Zidane’s spending power makes Madrid the most likely destination.

Despite Solskjaer continuing to insist that the midfielder remains a part of his plans, fans have other ideas over his future

One fan wrote: “Yeah, I think Pogba is getting sold this month.”

“Pogba gone by Friday,” another added.

A third said: “Pogba 100% gone this Jan.”

“Well, Pogba’s leaving,” claimed a fourth.

A fifth added: “No Pogba? I guess he really is leaving.”

“It’s confirmed. Pogba is leaving,” said a sixth. Another said: “Paul Pogba is done out ere.”

That's despite the United manager having suggested the Frenchman would be involved in north London.

“Yeah, I would think so,” Solskjaer told reporters when asked how likely Pogba was to play at Arsenal.

“When you’ve been out for such a while, it’s always going to take time to be 100 per cent.

“He just needed another day, probably, of recovery.”

He then added: “We haven’t had enough [competition] because we’ve had so many injuries, but now we’re getting more and more players fit.

“So now I’ve got to leave players out that I maybe should have played.”



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