Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick confirmed speculation about Paul Pogba’s future at the club.
At the pre-match press conference ahead of the match against Arsenal, Rangnick spoke about Pogba’s contractual situation and said he did not expect a renewal for the time being.
“He [Pogba] it won’t be available in the game tomorrow and most likely not in the other four upcoming games.
“And as it seems now, he will not extend the contract. Most likely he won’t be here next season.
Rangnick: “He [Pogba] it won’t be available in the game tomorrow and most likely not in the other four upcoming games. And as it seems now, he will not extend the contract. Most likely he won’t be here next season. #mulive
– utdreport (@utdreport) April 22, 2022
Pogba was replaced in the 25th minute against Liverpool at Old Trafford due to an injury.
Many believed that he had already checked out of the club, especially after being booed by fans in the previous game.
The 29-year-old has had a mixed career at United.
He has shown on his day that he can be the best midfielder in the world, but his inconsistency has been a source of complaints by many.
Pogba is a player who shares an opinion among United fans and many feel it is best to break up and move on.
Rangnick’s honesty in this situation is quite refreshing and gives good clarity to us fans who can easily assess the current situation in the club.
The club can now look at the possibilities of helping the transfer market.
United will miss the quality of Pogba in the center of the park and will have to replace him this summer.