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Pogba tells Manchester United that he is “desperate” to join Barcelona

Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United teammates and the board that he is “desperate” to leave to Barcelona according to reports from the daily mail.

Apparently, Pogba sent a text to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward expressing his desire to leave, but the Red Devils deny this and maintain that their star player is not for sale.

Pogba’s agent,¬†Mino¬†Raiola refuses to make any comments on the issue saying¬†“I will never make declarations about Paul. You have to speak to Manchester United,”

Daily mail believes that Pogba agreed terms with Barca on a five-year deal that would see him earn £89.5 million in basic wages alone.

It is no secret that Pogba no longer enjoys playing under Jose Mourinho as the two men do not see eye to eye on certain issues.

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