Reports from old Trafford reveals Manchester United players and officials are convinced Paul Pogba has played his last game for the club.
The Frenchmen who has been agitating for a move away since last summer, has not played for United since September 30 because of a foot injury.
And Pogba is understood to still be determined to force his way out of United, ideally next month when the transfer window reopens, with Juventus and Real Madrid leading the race to sign him.
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United are adamant they will not allow Pogba to leave in on a cheap price with Solskjaer insisting the 26-year-old remains a key part of his plans going forward, despite his prolonged absence.
While United have publicly stated Pogba, who has 18 months left on his current contract, is not for sale, privately there is
an acknowledgment of his desire to move on to a new challenge.
Any club wanting to sign Pogba will have to pay in the region of £150m, almost double what United paid Juventus in 2016 to bring him back to Old Trafford.