Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly being tempted away from the Old Trafford and that is why he has insisted on leaving the club at the end of the season.
Pogba made his decision known to manager Jose Mourinho and the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward after he was told he will never captain the Red Devils again.
The World Cup winner has been at loggerhead with the former Chelsea manager and it has been claimed that the former Juventus player has not shown any respect to the club.
Goal has therefore reported that the player is insistent on leaving the Manchester club because of the words he has had with PSG star player, Neymar.
According to the report, Neymar is eager to have the French man at the club as they plan to make their friendship more firm.
Barcelona are also keen on the player but suggestions are that they could be priced away to give the French outlet a free ride to the player’s signature.
Although, the club’s chief Woodward has been reluctant to let the player leave but his current decision to stand by Mourinho in the controversy could mean a change of position for Pogba.