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"Everyone at Manchester United Knows Pogba Wants to Leave" – Agent

French World Cup winner, Paul Pogba, wants to leave Manchester United, his agent, Mino Raiola, has confirmed.

Raiola added that everybody at the club is aware of the player’s desire to leave.

The 26-year-old has been absent from pre-season training this week, adding to speculation about his long-term future.

He has said in June that “now could be a good time to find a new challenge”.

And Raiola has now told The Times: “Everyone knows the willingness of Paul to move on. We are in the process of that. Everyone knows what the feelings of Paul are.”

The Italian agent added: “Everyone within the club, from the manager to the owner, knows Paul’s wishes.”

When asked directly if Pogba would travel with the squad for a pre-season tour of Australia on Sunday, Raiola said: “I cannot tell you anything. I live day by day.”

United expect the midfielder to be on the plane to Australia.

But while most of his team-mates reported for pre-season duty on Monday, Pogba is away from United’s Carrington training base with the permission of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – having been given time off after a hectic 16 months.

Pogba’s future has been the subject of intense speculation for months. There were widespread reports of acrimony between him and former United manager Jose Mourinho, while the midfielder stated in March that Spanish giants, Real Madrid, were “a dream club for every player”, though he did add that he was happy at Old Trafford.

Real and Italian champions, Juventus, have repeatedly been linked with Pogba, who is contracted to United until 2021.

Since rejoining from Juventus in 2016, Pogba has scored 31 goals in 135 matches and won the EFL Cup and FA Cup in 2016-17.

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