Juventus outcast could be makeweight in ambitious swap deal to take Man United’s Paul Pogba back to Serie A

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Thanks to his agent, Mino Raiola’s outburst, Paul Pogba looks to have sealed his apparent wish to move on from Manchester United.

The French World Cup winner has to be careful of course, as there don’t appear to be too many suitors for him.

Given the transfer fee that the Red Devils are likely to demand as well as Pogba’s own salary expectations, only a handful of clubs would technically be able to afford him.

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It will be difficult for him to remain at Old Trafford now, though Barcelona’s financial situation would surely preclude them from making an offer.

Zinedine Zidane would likely jump at the chance to sign his countryman, but Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, clearly isn’t a fan of the player after pulling the plug on a deal in the summer according to AS, cited by the Daily Express.

Paris Saint-Germain could afford him but arguably don’t need him, which really only leaves his former club, Juventus.

Fortunately for Pogba, they have a bargaining chip for any deal, and according to the Daily Mail, the Old Lady are prepared to offer Paulo Dybala in a swap deal for the Frenchman.

Given how much the Argentinian has underperformed over the last 12 months, such a swap deal could suit all parties.

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  1. Manchester United should let Paul Pogba hang him out to dry and totally boycott Mina Raoila even if his stable of stars are the best in the world. Football is a team game and one player, however talented or skilful he may be, cannot make a team.

    In fact Pogba has been so injury prone, whether physically or mentally, let him go. Just put a price on his head and cut him loose.

    There are many better talents in the football world, who are younger and more committed and who will die to play for Manchester United.

    Raoila is a scourge that the football world can do without, and be a better place, with his outlandish comments and unnecessary interference.

    There will come a time when more teams will not want to deal with him and he may end up with a stable of world-class players who cannot be transferred and surely when that happens Mino will be jobless and have to sell his players cheap. Beware Raoila.

  2. Dump off this trash. There is always negativity around him. One player cannot hijack the legacy of a club like Manchester United.

  3. Pogba is a pain in the arse he has skill but he is so inconsistant yes playing for france he turns up one or two games every couple of months. But that is the problem at utd he is good then crap he can not play 2 games the same then he gone missing for 2 or 3 matches he is happy sitting on the bench counting his money,world class he is not over rated over paid a desgrace to his fellow pros

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