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Paul Pogba admits he wants to leave Manchester United this summer: ‘It could be time for a new challenge’

talkSPORT Sunday, 16 June 2019
Paul Pogba has publicly admitted he is ready to leave Manchester United this summer. The Frenchman has revealed ‘it could be time to have a new challenge’ amid ongoing Real Madrid transfer speculation. Pogba is believed to be on Real boss Zinedine Zidane’s radar after scoring 16 goals and registering ten assists last season. Speaking […]
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Paul Pogba has opened the door to a transfer away from Manchester United saying he could leave the club in search of a new challenge.

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