EPL, UCL react as Pogba leaves Manchester United
The English Premier League (EPL) and UEFA Champions League (UCL) have reacted as Paul Pogba leaves Manchester United.
Manchester United had earlier confirmed that Pogba would leave the club this month when his contract expires.
Pogba’s contract with Man United will expire at the end of this month (June).
Reacting, EPL, in a tweet via its Twitter handle on Wednesday, wrote: “Is this @paulpogba’s best #PL goal for @ManUtd?
“He will leave Old Trafford this summer after 157 matches across two spells.”
Also, UCL wrote: “OFFICIAL: Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United when his contract expires at the end of this month.”
Pogba has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, and Juventus in the past few days.
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