Manchester United has set a condition for the sale of Paul Pogba in the January transfer window.
According to ESPN, the Red Devils will only sell Pogba if he confirms his desire to leave the club in January.
Man United expects Pogba to stay with the club beyond January, according to the report, and will not consider any summer offers unless the former Juventus star expresses an intention to leave at the end of his contract.
Pogba’s current Manchester United contract is set to expire at the end of the season.
In January, the Frenchman is free to negotiate with clubs outside the Premier League.
Pogba is thought to be debating his future at Old Trafford and has not ruled out extending his contract.
The 28-year-old is currently recovering in Dubai after suffering a thigh injury during the November international break, and he is expected to return to Man United action in January.
Pogba has yet to play a minute of football for Ralf Rangnick, Man United’s interim manager, who recently stated that he is only interested in players who want to play for the club.
“I wouldn’t say he [Pogba] isn’t worth keeping,” Rangnick said, “but players have to want to stay and play for the club.”
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