Paul Pogba admits he is “unhappy” at Manchester United and breaks the silence about the future

Paul Pogba has dropped the biggest hint yet that he is ready to leave Manchester United for the second time when his contract expires this summer. Speculation about the World Cup winner is still in fever, 10 years after his first move to Juventus.

Elite clubs from across Europe, including PSG and Real Madrid, are believed to be interested in Pogba amid a contract rift between the player and the Old Trafford hierarchy. After spending four seasons in Turin, the 29-year-old returned to United for £ 90 million in 2016.

After 12 months, he had won the League Cup and Europa League under Jose Mourinho, but there have been no more trophies for Pogba or United since then. He has played 19 games in a variety of positions in all tournaments this season, scoring once and adding nine assists. But where does the soon-to-be contract-free Frenchman see his future?

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Pogba told Le Figaro: “You have to be honest, the last five seasons have not satisfied me – really not at all. This year is dead, we will not win anything. Whether it is with Manchester United or another club, I will like to win trophies.

“It’s simple with France, I play and I play in my position – I know my role and I feel the confidence of the coach and the players. It’s normal to feel a difference in Manchester United because it’s hard to be consistent when often have a change of your position, or the team system or yours [midfield] partners.

“I feel really good about myself [France manager Didier Deschamps], he gave me a role that I know – but in Manchester United do I really have a role? I’m asking the question, but I do not have an answer. “

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