Manchester United are monitoring AC Milan’s Franck Kessié and Tottenham’s Tanguy Ndombele as potential replacements for Paul Pogba should he leave next summer.
People at Tottenham claim the Ndombele cycle begins with him working hard in training, performing well on the pitch, getting carried away by moments of success, believing he should be at a higher level and then wanting to leave.
Glenn Hoddle: “Ndombele, in the end, he has got to get himself fit to play football. He’s not fit enough, the lad. He’s got ability.”
The french international Paul Pogba Man United contract at June 2022 and Man United fear that he might leave the club as a free agent. The contract discussions are still on and Man United are willing to add him more contract with better wages.
Paul Pogba has all along eyed to play for his dream club Real Madrid before he retires and this can be his next destination since Juventus aren't in pole position to sign him due to financial reasons.
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