We can EXCLUSIVELY reveal that Paul Pogba will definitely leave or stay at Manchester United this summer.
After months of uncertainty and endless transfer speculation, the French World Cup winner will either pledge his future to United or join Real Madrid instead.
In a dramatic U-turn, the 27-year-old will put pen-to-paper on a lucrative new five-year deal with the Red Devils or enter into talks with Spanish giants Real to seal a dream move.
A source close to Pogba said: “Everyone knows that Paul wants to leave or stay in Manchester. It’s always been his dream to play for Real Madrid and that’s why I’m sure we’ll see Paul play for United for the rest of his career.”
Meanwhile, Pogba’s chief intermediary claims his client has made a decision on his future: “Paul has made up his mind.
“He will definitely be in Manchester or Madrid this summer.
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“Now that we’ve put all the speculation to bed, Paul would like to concentrate fully on getting fit for the remainder of either the Premier League or La Liga season.”
The news was welcomed by both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Zinedine Zidane who are looking forward to working with or without the talismanic Frenchman.
“I’m delighted Paul has put an end to all the rumours and has decided to stay or leave the club,” beamed United boss Solskjaer.
“I’m looking to build my team around Paul for the next five years or else I’m glad he’s gone because we only want players here who want to play for the club,” added the Norwegian.
Compatriot Zidane believes Pogba is either an integral part of Madrid’s rebuilding process or someone they weren’t looking to sign this summer.
“It’s fantastic that Paul and his agent have decided to leave or remain in Manchester,” grinned Zidane.
“It’s been a protracted saga and I’m glad they’ve finally made their position clear,” added the 47-year-old.
Meanwhile, Pogba dropped the biggest hint yet that he would either leave or stay with United after he uploaded a video of himself training in a United top, Real Madrid shorts and Juventus socks.
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