Paul Pogba filmed a complaint about Man Utd’s latest contract offer ‘They didn’t offer me anything’ Football news

Paul Pogba was filmed complaining about a contract offer from Manchester United in a forthcoming documentary about the midfielder.

In the preview of The Pogmentary as he sees it The AthleticPogba talks to his late agent Min Raiol about the latest United contract offer in July last year.

At the time, United was reported to have offered Pogb two contracts worth more than £ 290,000 a week and Sky Sports News understands that he was offered a 3.5 percent increase in his then contract.

“Did Manchester (United) make a second offer?” Pogba asks Raiola.

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“Yes,” Raiola replies. “They absolutely want you to stay. For me, the offer doesn’t reflect that. I told them, ‘If you want him to stay, don’t make this offer.’ I’ll let them know that if they really want to stay and build a project around you, they have to act this time. otherwise and put money on the table. “

“They’re bluffing,” Pogba says. “How can you tell a player that you absolutely want him and not offer him anything? I haven’t seen that yet.”

Sky Sports News understands that United’s offer has remained on the table, but Pogba has explored other options and has left the club for the second time since his career for a free transfer.

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Paul Pogba is leaving Manchester United this month after the end of the contract

Pogb’s deputies are now finalizing a four-year contract with the player to rejoin Juventus for a free transfer.

Sky Sports News the dialogue with Paris Saint Germain was said to be “still open” and Pogba is expected to announce its final decision in the coming days. The French national team can negotiate with the clubs about its next step from January.

Moving to Juventus would mean returning to the club where Pogba spent four years before returning to United in 2016.

After the age of 30, Pogba realizes that this could be the last big step in his career, and he wants to take the time to make sure he makes the right decision.

Manchester City also made an amazing offer to acquire Pogbu from a bitter rival United, with Pep Guardiola meeting the midfielder and the club drawing up a lucrative contract to demonstrate his desire to sign it.

But while the World Cup winner considered City’s offer, he felt that the accompanying noise and hatred would not be worth it.

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Paul Pogba won only two trophies during his second career at Manchester United

It’s summer 2016. Jose Mourinho is the manager of Manchester United and the club has just broken a world transfer record. The Frenchman returned to Old Trafford for unfinished business.

“This is the right club to do everything I hope for in the game,” said Paul Pogba after moving from Juventus to United for £ 89 million.

“It has a chance to be the heart of this club for the next decade and beyond,” Mourinho added.

It was an agreement that caused social media insanity. Pogb’s announcement video, which emerged from the shadows of the red devil in his hair, was followed by a sponsored music video with Stormzy. The hype around #POGBACK has begun.

It was supposed to be the beginning of something special. A new era for the club, which is still trying to find its feet after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson three years ago.

However, Pogba failed to inspire United to its former glory. The 2017 League Cup and the European League are the only trophies of his six-season operation.

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