According to The Sun (h/t The Mirror), Manchester United are willing to let Paul Pogba leave the club after securing the services of Bruno Fernandes. The report also asserts that since he has been linked with moves to Juventus and Real Madrid for quite a while, United are willing to accept a cut-price deal because of his departure. Pogba, 26, who joined United from Le Havre in 2009 as a youth participant, switched in 2012 to Italian side Juventus. After four successful years in Turin, he had been brought back to Old Trafford for £93.2m. A part of the squad that won the English League Cup and also the Europa League at the 2016/17 season, Pogba scored 13 goals and supplied 9 aids in the league the last semester. As the report asserts, nevertheless, he pushed hard for a move away from the club. This term, Pogba featured only 8 matches across all competitions and continues to be on the sidelines due to an injury.

The French international has led two hasn’t lived up to the expectations this year and assists. He could have left Old Trafford this month but another injury stalled his move, as per the report. Nevertheless, it could be the ideal option to let him move on since it might benefit both the club and the player. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have done a decent job for the vast majority of the season without Pogba. Before the latter got injured in the midfield, Fred and Scott McTominay have shown signs of promise.

Additionally, Bruno Fernandes has arrived and his existence does come as a boost. While playing this period, he has given 15 goals and supplied 14 assists – following scoring 32 goals in the campaign.

Manchester United’s decision to ditch Pogba strikes the ideal chords. His exit would have left a massive emptiness but with Fernandes from the group, that won’t be an issue. Therefore, the 26-year-old must not be depended on by Solskjaer anymore and process his death.