Paul Pogba has left Manchester United following the end of his contract with the English giants.
The France international leaves the English giants after six years in in his second stint as player of the Red Devils.
Manchester United confirmed the departure of the midfielder on their official website, thanking him for his services.
“The club can announce that Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United at the end of June, upon the expiry of his contract,” wrote the club.
“The Frenchman has enjoyed a long association with United, having joined the club’s Academy from Le Havre at the age of just 16.”
Pogba in his second spell with Manchester United won the League Cup and the Europa League, a game he scored in as the Reds defeated Ajax in the final in Stockholm.
The former Juventus player has been linked with a return to the Old Ladies and he is also on the radar of Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid.
Earlier, URBANNEWSGH reported that Juventus are reportedly steps away from re-signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
Pogba is out of contract at Old Trafford and it is unlikely he will get a new deal with the Red Devils.
His contract situation at the Theatre of Dreams means the midfielder will be at liberty to join a club of his choice on a free transfer. Manchester United are monitoring Chelsea star Mason Mount.
English Premier League outfit Manchester United are said to be monitoring Mason Mount’s situation at the Stamford Bridge as they hope to sign the Chelsea youngster.
Following the recent managerial crisis at the London club, Mount’s contract talks have stalled and United will hope to take advantage.
It was gathered that United’s new boss Ten Hag is aware of the player’s situation – as the central midfielder impressed him as a teenager while on loan with Vitesse Arnheim in Holland.