A new turn affects Pogba's future

Doubts surround the future of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, given the interest of Real Madrid and Juventus in his services, but it seems that the fate of the Frenchman will take a different turn in the coming weeks.

Pogba has a contract with Manchester United until the end of next season, which has increased speculation about his departure at the end of this season, to achieve a good financial return for the Red Devils treasury.

According to ESPN, Manchester United officials are confident that Real Madrid and Juventus will not be able to meet their demands on Pogba's current value.

This is due to the suspension of football activity around the world, and therefore the lack of revenue from clubs or advertising.

It had been reported earlier that Manchester United had set 110 million euros to sell Pogba next summer.

The ESPN report indicated that the closest is the activation of Manchester United's option to extend Pogba's contract for an additional season, ending in the summer of 2022.