Manchester United’s season is ‘finished,’ according to Paul Pogba, who also thinks he has blown five years of his career. With his existing deal due to end at the climax of the season, the Frenchman has provided an incredibly candid assessment of his second spell at Old Trafford. He now looks poised to leave in the summer more than ever.
When questioned about his future with Manchester United he told Le Figaro, “I have to be honest, I am not satisfied over the last 5 years, but not at all. This year, it’s dead, we will win nothing again. Whether it is with Manchester or in another club, I want to win trophies.”
While United is still in contention to finish in the top four and qualify for next season’s Champions League, it appears that this will not be enough to appease Pogba, who had been a recurrent title victor at Juventus and claimed the World Cup with France in 2018.
Pogba, who is presently on international duty with France, then took a jab at United’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick, revealing that it has been nearly impossible to find any stability in his job because it is constantly changing – something he does not experience with the national team.