The 25 year old french international sits in a room of doubt when it comes to his future at Manchester United, but a dream move to Barcelona is far from reality with Barcelona director Ariedo Braida stating that the wallet will be kept firmly in the pocket when it comes to Paul Pogba. 
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>>“I don’t think we’re going to move for Pogba, but he’s a great player,”

Pogba’s current situation stems from changing room rumours of clashes with the special one, Jose, coupled with a very turbulent 2017-18 season for the red devils, a season which saw him frapped from the starting eleven on numerous occasions before finding an almost full-time position on the bench.
The young frenchman put in a fantastic effort to hold play through the World Cup but that seems to have pulled no favours when it comes to catching attention from the Spanish giants, but it has seen Italian fortress Juventus following the situation carefully. If Juve hadn’t already snatched Ronaldo for £105 million, we are sure Pogba’s former club would have come to the rescue by now.

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Pogba created even more of a stir when he smashed home the opening goal for Man Utd against Leicester over the weekend, later telling reporters he needs to keep his mouth shut otherwise he will get fined if he talks about his current situation, before adding

“I always give my best for the fans, for the team-mates and for the people that trust me,”