English Premier League giants Manchester United travel to Italy to take on their Italian opposition AS Roma in the return leg of their UEFA Europa League semi-final encounter on Thursday night. United welcomed the Serie A club to Old Trafford last Thursday and secured a very impressive 6-2 first-leg win despite trailing 2-1 at the break.

Bruno Fernandes and Edison Cavani both scored braces while Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood wrapped up the scoring as they sealed what was an emphatic win under the lights at Old Trafford. The job looks all done for Olé Gunnar Solksjær and his men, but the Manchester United manager has insisted that he refuses to get carried away and wants his team to put the tie to bed on Thursday night.
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Paul Pogba has dominated the headlines in the past few days following the admission of his agent, Mino Raiola. According to the Italian, Paul Pogba will leave the club next summer as he no longer enjoys his football at Manchester United. Frenchman Pogba returned to Manchester United for a second spell in 2016 after the club paid a British transfer record fee of €100m (£89m) for him and he will have one year left on his contract by the time next summer comes.

Manchester United will have to sell him next summer to recoup some of the huge transfer fee spent on him or risk getting no transfer fee for him when his contract expires in 2022. ESPN revealed via a report that Manchester United officials are not sure that interested clubs like former club Juventus and Real Madrid would be able to pay the transfer fee required to sign him when the present season ends next summer. Read More

Solskjaer prepared to offer new challenge to Paul Pogba

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that he is prepared to offer midfielder Paul Pogba with a new challenge at the club. Earlier last month, the France international suggested that he would prefer a fresh challenge elsewhere and reports have since associated him with a potential departure from Old Trafford.

Real Madrid and Juventus have been regarded as potential contenders to land his signature but so far, neither club has made a formal approach to land his signature. Speaking to reporters, Solskjaer said that he has not been upset by the comments made by Pogba and he is prepared to give him a new challenge at the club itself.
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Pogba feels humiliated at United

Paul Pogba is not very happy that he has not been given that much of playing time in the previous two games Manchester United has played in the Premiership. Jose Mourinho was believed to have a heated conversation with Pogba after his dismal showing against the Saints and as everyone expected, the Frenchman was not included in the starting XI in the games that followed.

DAILY STAR recently published a story in which they quoted one of the Red Devils’ sources who said that there have been quite a few United players who have not lived up to their reputation and have been off color in the ongoing season just like Pogba, but the manager has not been as harsh on anyone as he has been on Pogba and that’s something which the Frenchman is not feeling very good about.
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