Emerging reports indicate that Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has made his decision to take side with manager Jose Mourinho against Paul Pogba in the row between the two.
Both Manchester United coach and player have been at loggerhead with each other since the beginning of the season and that has arguably played a part in the results coming from the Old Trafford.
The rift between the Portuguese and the Frenchman was blown after Mourinho openly told Pogba before the entire squad that he will never captain the club again.
The Independent reports that the decision of the former Chelsea boss became inevitable as a result of the repetitive disobedient to his orders by the former Juventus player.
However, Woodward has taken side with the manager on the matter which could mean the beginning of the end of Pogba’s stay at the club.
Before now, the club’s management had made it known that the Frenchman will not be allowed to leave the club as he forms a major part of United’s future.
Things have now changed with the latest development and United will not mind opening the exit door for the player.
United are said to have placed a £200m price tag on the player with Barcelona, PSG and Juventus seeking for his signature.