Is it ALL OVER for Paul Pogba at Man United? Dressing room source says £290k-per-week star is 'effectively GONE' and they are already preparing for life without him with signing a new midfielder part of their summer plans - as his deal runs out


Paul Pogba has fewer than three months left on his deal at Manchester United

Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are among the clubs keen on the Frenchman 

Manchester Evening News claim they have been told Pogba is effectively 'gone'

Report claims PSG have made an offer but Pogba prefers a return to Juventus

Paul Pogba has been described as 'effectively gone' at Manchester United and the club have reportedly already started to plan for life without him.


The 29-year-old remaining at United has yet to be ruled out because there is no guarantee the French and Italian giants can offer the wages he wants, with Juventus reportedly only able to offer £8million a season - just over half of his current £15m wage at Old Trafford.

The report adds those plans have included a look towards the summer transfer window, when they will look to sign at least one new midfielder, with Pogba's France team-mate Aurelien Tchouameni among those linked.


The same outlet claims PSG have made a bid for Pogba, the terms of which are believed to be lower than the final package United put together in a seemingly futile attempt to convince the midfielder to stay.


The report however claims Pogba prefers a return to Juventus - who he left for £89million in 2016 for United - and that Real Madrid's interest has subsided significantly since fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane left last year.

Pogba remained coy last week on his future but struggled to hide his disappointment at United's results, telling French TV programme Telefoot: 'The season is not over yet, but almost because we don't have any more titles to play for.