Paul Pogba has seemingly made a final decision on his Manchester United future amid heavy speculation linking him with Paris Saint-Germain.
According to the Daily Express, the 28-year-old has made it clear that, as he enters the final year of his deal in England, he will not sign a new contract with the Red Devils.
This could mean that he will leave the club for free at the end of next season, although United might feel pressured into selling him in this transfer window amid interest from PSG.
It is claimed that Pogba would be allowed to leave before the end of August for no less than £60 million (R1.2 billion), a valuation it appears the French giants are yet to meet.
It was reported earlier this week that the 20-time English champions have not received an official bid for the players services, and that the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner is relaxed about his future.
United, however, are already believed to be considering a long-term replacement for Pogba, with Bayern Munich's Leon Goretzka said to be a player the club has made contact with regarding a move in 2022.
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