Manchester United have had a tumultuous time ever since legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson decided to call it quits and leave the Old Trafford club. Trophies have dried up for the club and things off the pitch are not as good as they used to be.
One major drama that has plagued the club for 5 years now is the drama behind French enigma Paul Pogba. Ever since he came to Old Trafford there has been unfulfilled expectations. Now the player is in the last year of his contract and as things stand he decided not to renew his contract.
With French giants PSG circling, it seems United have finally decided to cut ties with the player. Recent reports suggest United are finally ready to offload Pogba to PSG for £50 million instead of losing him next season for free.
If this is the case United will finally bring this fiasco to an end and maybe aim to bring in a replacement with Aston Villa's Jack Grealish highlighted as a candidate.
There is no denying that Pogba is a great player but he has held the club at ransom for years maybe it's about time to cut ties and move on as quickly as possible.
What do you think? Is this a good decision? Will United regret it later?
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