Tuesday 20 August 2019

'There is no need. No Need to talk.' - Paul Pogba responds to speculation on Manchester United exit

French midfield featured in second half of Reds' 2-0 friendly win over Perth

Manchester United's Paul Pogba controls the ball under pressure from Ivan Franjic of Perth Glory during last Saturday's friendly at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia. Photo: Will Russell/Getty Images
Manchester United's Paul Pogba controls the ball under pressure from Ivan Franjic of Perth Glory during last Saturday's friendly at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia. Photo: Will Russell/Getty Images

Charlie Rusholme

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba was non-committal when asked about his Manchester United future after their friendly win over Perth Glory earlier today.

The World Cup winner continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford after fresh rumours circulated last week when he revealed he was considering a "new challenge".

Pogba's future was then thrown into further speculation by his agent, Mino Raiola, who claimed he was in the process of working on a potential deal for the France international.

The 26-year-old featured for United during their 2-0 win today over Perth Glory. But after the game he refused to comment on the speculation and insisted there was no need to discuss it further.

When asked about his future following the win at the Optus Stadium, Pogba replied by simply saying: "There is no need. No need to talk."

United won the sell-out game with second half goals from Marcus Rashford and James Garner.

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